[gme-users] GME tutorial question: a paradigm for routers that
have a fixed setof ports?
zolmol at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Tue Aug 15 17:49:08 CDT 2006
Currently you can do that only if you construct once the router and you
copy it to the clipboard, then paste into an editor (e.g. Wordpad) .
Thus you get the XML representation of the router. So later if you would
like to use a preconstructed router you can insert into Gme through the
clipboard from your saved file.
The other way people choose to work around is to have a component
(interpreter) which can construct routers etc. based on the selection
made by the user on the interpreter's user interface.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:gme-users-bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu] On Behalf
> Of John K Black
> Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 4:24 PM
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> Subject: [gme-users] GME tutorial question: a paradigm for
> routers that have a fixed setof ports?
> I've been working through the long GME tutorials, and have
> a question about the way "Routers" are modeled.
> Suppose I want to provide the modeler with a paradigm
> that includes router models that are *preconfigured* with
> a standard set of ports, so that when the router is dragged
> from the parts browser it is not necessary to manually add
> the ports. In other words, suppose all of my routers always
> have exactly ports "e0", "e1", and "s0", and I don't want the
> modeler to have model that, nor do I want the modeler
> constructing his or her own router. The modeler should
> simply drag the router from the parts browser and connect it up.
> Sort of like grabbing an IC from a parts bin.
> Is there a way to accomplish this with GME?
> For those familiar with CoSMIC and PICML, I've looked at how
> idl2picml imports IDL3 constructs and partially builds a
> PICML model. The modeler can then select components from the
> model browser to build CCM applications. The modeler can
> also work with PICML constructs from the parts browser to
> build new components. So, with PICML and idl2picml you can
> both model components and model with components.
> That's not really what I want to do. I would like to build a
> paradigm that is good for modeling with routers, but not for
> creating models of routers.
> John Black
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