DVT e Language IDE User Guide
Rev. 19.1.20, 7 June 2019

23.1 UML Diagrams

You can create UML diagrams by right-clicking on a struct or unit in any of the views and selecting Show Diagram or from the editor, right-click on a struct or unit name and select Show > Diagram.

You can select the relevant structs or units for which to draw the diagram from the Select Types button (see UML Diagrams - Select Types).

For the selected structs, the diagram can display inheritance, associations (pointers) and class members (see UML Diagrams - Preferences).

NOTE: To see the inherited pointers of a struct or unit, you need to select its parents and show at least one level of associations.

For the description of diagram drawing conventions go to UML Diagrams - Legend.

In the diagram editor you can right-click on structs and select Go To Source to jump to the source code.

You can jump to the declaration of a field, event, or method via right-click Go To Source.

To show or hide members of a struct or unit use right-click Members.