As it's been about a year............ I think I'll try to start this one again. I'm still at WDSC 7.0 but I still wonder if we should not have a RPGDOC in RDI



Regards
Andy

----- Original Message ----- From: "Andy Hautamaki" <ahautamaki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 12:29 PM
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Application Diagram View --- Suggestion for RPG to havesomething like JAVADOC for subprocedures and subroutines andmodules etc


I attended the TUG TEC Conference recently and got to see a demonstration of
the Application Diagram view that I had not seen before. I'm using WDSC 7.0
so I'd heard about it but never seen it.

One thing that I thought of and wonder if we could ever get an enhancement
to RDI is to have a new RPG syntax code that would be used in the
Application Diagram view when your looking at subroutines or subprocedures.
I suppose this would also require an enhancement to the RPG Compiler as well
to allow for a new form of comment line.

So when your looking at the application diagram view instead of just seeing
the subroutine/subprocedure name you'd also see what RPGDOC you had for it.

Just a thought............


Regards
Andy

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