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Visualize mode and flows for instance model #1177

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philip-alldredge opened this Issue Apr 25, 2018 · 0 comments

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philip-alldredge commented Apr 25, 2018

Issue by philip-alldredge
Monday Feb 27, 2017 at 14:53 GMT
Originally opened as osate/osate-ge#201


capability to visualize mode and flows for instance models.

Look into how modes are represented in the instance model.

The following model elements are currently missing from the instance model support and may be important for implementing the capability:

  • Mode
  • Mode Transitions
  • Flow Specifications
  • End to End Flow Specs
  • Highlighting Flows and Modes

@philip-alldredge philip-alldredge changed the title from Visualize Mode and Flows for Instance Model to Visualize mode and flows for instance model Jul 24, 2018

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RyanMcilnay added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 5, 2018

#1177 instance model support
 -cleanup and tooltips added

@philip-alldredge philip-alldredge added next and removed backlog labels Sep 21, 2018

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philip-alldredge added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 16, 2018

1177 modes and flows instance model support (#1495)
Implemented #1177 Modes and flows instance model support

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