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The information on this page is for smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm, a source rpm; you are probably more interested in these binaries built from it:

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smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6
(2012-11-01 03:05, noarch)
State Machine Compiler smc homepage Download smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm
smc-javadoc-6.0.1-3.jpp6
(2012-11-01 03:05, noarch)
Javadoc for smc smc-javadoc homepage Download smc-javadoc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm
smc-manual-6.0.1-3.jpp6
(2012-11-01 03:05, noarch)
Documents for smc smc-manual homepage Download smc-manual-6.0.1-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm


RPM Information for smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm

Name: smcDistribution: JPackage
Version: 6.0.1Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 3.jpp6Build date: Thu Nov 1 03:04:57 2012
Epoch: 0Build host: flat.netmindz.net
Group: Development/JavaRPM file: smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm
Size: 3620668Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: Mozilla Public License 1.1
Packager: Will Tatam <will.tatam at red61.com>
URL: http://smc.sourceforge.net/
Summary: State Machine Compiler
Your application lives in a world of asynchronous, unordered
events: mouse clicks, timeouts, messages, and OS signals.
And you're ready for them. You've carefully designed your
objects. You're using robust patterns that facilitate reuse
and anticipates future product direction. Your dynamic models
allow your objects to recover from all but the most
catestrophic events. Your application is ready for
anything.
But there's a hitch. Your detailed state diagrams are only
pictures. How are you going to translate your drawings into
code? A transition matrix is cryptic while switch statements
means your state machine logic is scattered all over your code.
The state pattern looks like a great solution but that means
writing and maintaining a class for each state - too much
work.
Enter SMC - The State Machine Compiler. Now you put your state
diagram in one file using an easy-to-understand language. SMC
generates the state pattern classes for you. No more
hand-maintained transition matrices. No more widely scattered
swi

Change Log for smc-6.0.1-3.jpp6.src.rpm

* Thu Nov 01 2012 Will Tatam <will.tatam at red61.com> 6.0.1-3
- Auto rebuild for JPackage 6 in centos5 mock

* Thu Jun 14 2012 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:6.0.1-2
- Avoid FileDigest and PayloadIsXz problems on EL5

* Sun Jun 10 2012 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:6.0.1-1
- 6.0.1

* Wed Feb 22 2012 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:5.1.0-1
- 5.1.0

* Mon Nov 28 2011 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:5.0.2-3
- First JPP-6 release

* Mon Dec 08 2008 Will Tatam <will.tatam at red61.com> 5.0.2-2
- Auto rebuild for JPackage 5 in mock

* Tue Apr 22 2008 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> - 0:5.0.2-1jpp
- First JPP release
- Validate build in mock


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