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Schema for PHPLIB Web Development A Libero schema for PHPLIB, developed by Bernard de Rubinat, based on Attilio's PHP schema. Provides a framework for web development using Libero and PHP.
iMatix Studio Technical White Paper iMatix Studio Technical white paper: what is Studio, how does it work?
Single-stepped Schema for Visual Basic
An alternative VB schema for Libero which lets you handle user-interface events as they occur. Lets you write VB dialog programs that truly interact with the user interface. Written by Tom Bushell.
Libero schema to generate state patterns
An alternative C++ schema for Libero that directly generates state patterns, instead of using the conventional dialog tables. Includes documentation in various formats. Requires Libero 2.30 or later. Written by Mathias Weidner. He says: "Most of the files in the tar file can be generated from the noweb source (lrpattern.nw). Since not all will have noweb, LaTeX and dvips installed, I've put the LaTeX source and the PostScript file into the archive. And the schema too. For demonstration purposes I've included a simple dialog and a C++ main file to play with. This example may also be generated from lrpattern.nw and is explained in the doc. It's tested under Linux with gcc. You may look in the how to make it."
Libero schema to generate graphical documentation
An alternative schema for Libero that directly graphical documentation from a Libero dialog. Includes documentation in various formats. Written by Mathias Weidner. He says: "This schema is for drawing state graphs from Libero dialogs. I use a tool called dot for this that I've found under Graph Visualization at It's not free for commercial purposes but I don't want to sell this since everyone may download it there. Just have a look at the PostScript file enclosed in the archive []. You can make drawings that contain all events or omit those events that do not cause state changes. The latter form is easier to read for a short walk through the state graph. The first form is for completeness. The .tex (and the .nw) files show how to include those drawings in some documentation."
This tool generates documentation in HTML format from C source files. The source code needs to keep to some conventions. We use this to generate the documentation for SFL, SMT, and our other libraries. This tool is best suited to source libraries. Requires Perl 4 or 5. Written by iMatix..
Generates a HTML hyperview of a Libero source program and dialog. This is a very convenient way to browse the source code; we use this to generate part of the documentation for products like SMT. Works with any language. Requires Perl 4 or 5. Written by iMatix..
Generates multiplatform compile/build scripts from a single source. We use this to build the build scripts for our various products. Produces scripts for UNIX, OS/2, MS-DOS. Requires Perl 4 or 5. Written by iMatix..

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