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As you develop your model, you can generate code from the elements in a package (forward engineering) and create and update model elements from source code that you import into the project (reverse engineering) using any of a range of programming languages. That is, you perform forward and reverse engineering at package level.

Access     Tools | Source Code Engineering

Source Code Engineering Options

Option

Action

Shortcut

See also

Generate Package Source Code

 

Generate source code for the currently selected package.

Ctrl+Alt+K

Generate a Package

Synchronize Package Contents

 

Synchronize the selected package with the source code.

Ctrl+Alt+M

Update Package Contents

Import Source Directory

 

Import and reverse engineer an entire directory structure.

Ctrl+Shift+U

Import a Directory Structure

Import Binary Module

Import a binary module from Java Archive, .NET PE or Intermediary Language files.

 

 

Import Binary Module

Import ActionScript Files

 

Import code written in ActionScript from a .as code file.

 

Import ActionScript

Import C Files

Import code written in ANSI C from a .c or .h code file.

 

 

Import ANSI C

Import C# Files

Import code written in C# from a .cs code file.

 

 

Import C#

Import C++ Files

Import code written in C++ from a .h, .hpp or .hh code file.

 

 

Import C++

Import Delphi Files

Import code written in Delphi from a .pas code file.

 

 

Import Delphi

Import Java Files

Import code written in Java from a .java code file.

 

 

Import Java

Import PHP Files

Import code written in PHP from a .inc, .php or .php4 code file.

 

 

Import PHP

Import Python Files

Import code written in Python from a .py code file.

 

 

Import Python

Import Visual Basic Files

Import code written in Visual Basic from a .frm, .cls, .bas or .ctl code file.

 

 

Import Visual Basic

Import VB.NET Files

Import code written in VB.NET from a .VB code file.

 

 

Import VB.NET

Notes

Source Code Engineering is available in the Professional, Corporate, Business and Software Engineering, Systems Engineering and Ultimate editions of Enterprise Architect