An object in the schema. It's class-name (used for any type of code generation) is "schema_object".

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This object contains members which hold data for the object. Following is a list of those members. The declaration of the member closely follows the UML conventions.

classname : stringtype

The name of the "class" for the object during code generation. This name is also generally used as the filename that this obect will be generated into.

namespace : stringtype

The namespace that will be used by this object and all nested objects. The notation for namespaces is "x:y" which is a little different to languages like C++, so beware. If this object is already a child of another object with a namespace, then this namespace will be appended to the parents etc. So to collect a full namespace for an object, you need to walk through all parent objects appending namespaces as you go.

include : stringtype

The include for this class. Often this is not needed, but "includes" will use it if it's available. Only in C-like languages.

imp : stringtype

The import for this class. Often this is not needed, but "includes" will use it if it's available. For java like languages.

enumerations : Typed object vector of enumeration

All the enumerations used by members of an object.

typeimpls : Typed object vector of typeimpl

All the type implementations used by the object.

members : Typed object vector of @typename

All the members of an object.

constructors : Typed object vector of constructor

All the constructors of an object.

destruct : Typed object reference to destructor

The Destructor of an object.

methods : Typed object vector of method

All the methods of an object.

derived : Typed object vector of object

All the derived objects of an object.

tests : Typed object vector of test

All the tests of an object.


This object contains methods which can be called from other objects. Following is a list of those methods. The syntax of the method, it's arguments and return value follow closely the UML conventions.

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