UML::Sequence - Render UML sequence diagrams, often by running the code.
my $tree = UML::Sequence->new(\@methods, \@outline, \&parse_method);
To use this package, or see how to use it, see genericseq.pl and seq2svg.pl.
This class helps produce UML sequence diagrams. build_xml_sequence returns a string (suitable for printing to a file) which the seq2svg.pl script converts into svg.
To control the appearance of the sequence diagram, pass to the constructor:
1 a reference to an array containing the signatures you want to hear about or a reference to a hash whose keys are the signatures you want 2 a reference to an array containing the lines in the outline of calls 3 a reference to a sub which takes signatures and returns class and method names
To build the array references and supply the code reference consult UML::Sequence::SimpleSeq, UML::Sequence::JavaSeq, or UML::Sequence::PerlSeq. To see one way to call these look in the supplied genericseq script.
None, this module is object oriented.
Phil Crow, <email@example.com> Version 0.06 updates by Dean Arnold, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
genericseq.pl seq2svg.pl seq2rast.pl
Copyright(C) 2003-2006, Philip Crow, all rights reserved.
You may modify and/or redistribute this code in the same manner as Perl itself.
To install UML::Sequence, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.