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An LSC specification can be viewed using the LSC editor. Since PlayGo contains the UML variant of LSC, one can also view the LSC specification using the UML editor provided as part of [http://www.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/?project=uml2tools UML2Tools].
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An LSC specification can be viewed using the LSC editor. Since PlayGo contains the UML variant of LSC, one can also view the LSC specification using the UML editor provided as part of the UML Eclipse plugin.
* To view a model using LSC editor, double click a '''.umlseq''' file. For example, the provided workspace contains a Memory Game project. To view its specification double-click the MemoryGameModel.umlseq file or right-click it and choose '''Open With --> LSC Editor'''
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* To view a model using the UML2Tools editor, right-click a '''.uml''' file and choose '''Open With --> UML Model Editor'''.
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You can generate a '''.umlseq''' file from a '''.uml''' file by right-clicking a .uml file and choosing '''Initialize LSC Diagram'''.
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*To view a model using LSC editor, double click a '''.lsc''' file or right-click it and choose '''Open With --> LSC Editor'''
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*To view a model using the UML editor, right-click a '''.lsc''' file and choose '''Open With --> UML Model Editor'''.

Revision as of 18:26, 25 February 2014

An LSC specification can be viewed using the LSC editor. Since PlayGo contains the UML variant of LSC, one can also view the LSC specification using the UML editor provided as part of the UML Eclipse plugin.

  • To view a model using LSC editor, double click a .lsc file or right-click it and choose Open With --> LSC Editor
  • To view a model using the UML editor, right-click a .lsc file and choose Open With --> UML Model Editor.