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seeking open-source collaborators for SCXML editor project

From: <david@davidwdrell.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 10:03:57 -0700
Message-ID: <d2bccef098858252176108713170543e.squirrel@webmail.davidwdrell.net>
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I am seeking open-source collaborators for this SCXML editor project:

http://www.davidwdrell.net/visualsc.htm

While there are a few other projects under-way, this one I believe is unique
in that
  - graphic attributes (size, position, path, etc) are embedded in the
SCXML, maintaining the integrity of the machine at the human-scxml
interface.
  - this app is a stand-alone app built on Qt, which makes it portable to
Mac, Windows, and Linux.
  - the intent is to include state-machine engines in various
languages/frameworks such that the SCXML defined SM  can be instantiated
at run time - removing the process of coding up the state machine in a
programming language.
  - state-machine run-time execution can be modeled and animated
graphically, allowing one to visual operation and debug the machine.

if you are interested, please contact me at david@davidwdrell.net

thanks
David
Received on Thursday, 14 April 2011 17:04:20 GMT

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