[gme-users] Custom sub-windows in GME

Larry Howard larry.howard at vanderbilt.edu
Tue Jul 20 08:45:46 CDT 2010

Others would know more, but I do not think that GME supports this kind of extensibility without modifying GME itself.

What I I can offer is a glimpse of a capability similar to the example you cited that does not require such extensibility.  CAPE is a GME-based modeling environment that provides it own model repository backed by the ZODB object database.  The integration supports drag and drop between a repository browser and a CAPE project via GME's object browser.   The repository browser is implemented as a GME component.   So while this approach provides an accessory that is "outside" GME's application windows, it is inside the GME application.

Larry Howard, Sr. Research Scientist
Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Vanderbilt University

On Jul 20, 2010, at 4:26 AM, Cuong Minh Tran wrote:

> Hi all
> Just wonder what the native way is to add a custom sub-window into GME interface i.e. adding a window beside the object inspector window to display a repository of previous models.
> Regards
> Cuong Tran
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