This has some merging of the functional flow diagramming with the internal block diagram with structural usages of subsystems. The vision is to have a single diagram for both. It can be found on Github here (download zip, rename top level folder to SysMLHelper and drop into your Share/Profiles folder).
Focus of this release is to allow the internal block diagram - system to include functional flow control logic inside the subsystem boundary, so that modelers can use a single diagram to express both function and structure in the same diagram, if they wish.
#594 10-NOV-2022: ExecutableMBSE: Fix 9.0.1 issue with DecisionUsage not working on ibd - func because it was not an aggregate of Function Block (F.J.Chadburn)
#595 10-NOV-2022: ExecutableMBSE: Allow functional flow modeling on ibd - system to widen expressive power to provide behavior & structure on a single diagram (F.J.Chadburn)
#596 10-NOV-2022: ExecutableMBSE: Allow function connectors to have a target which is a guarded flow output so both work on the combined ibd - system (F.J.Chadburn)
#597 10-NOV-2022: ExecutableMBSE: Improve toolbar order for the ibd - system diagram so that tools are better grouped for usability (F.J.Chadburn)
#598 10-NOV-2022: ExecutableMBSE: Checkpoint of a new function usage selection dialog (not quite working yet) (F.J.Chadburn)
Welcome to Executable MBSE: This site provides guidance on releases for users of the open-source "SysML Helper" profile maintained by MBSE Training and Consulting Ltd. The goal of the helper is "to make Executable MBSE fun". After all, who wants to go to work and do boring things. Aim for sky! The SysML Helper profile releases are downloadable from: https://github.com/fchadburn/mbsetraining/releases. The profile is provided under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3.0 license.
Thursday, 1 December 2022
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