Re: simple question about adding a species
23 Jan '09 01:09
Sounds great - and I know how difficult it can be to do documentation, and I
do find that there is a decent amount of it - just for this particular
instance I couldn't find what I was looking for. It's great work!
I agree that having something in the methods for getXXX and addXXX about
what the actual behavior is would be great - just to remind people that, for
instance, "add" does a straightforward add without checking for duplicates,
thanks very much!
2009/1/23 Michael Hucka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> AL> This is really useful - thanks for all the information
> AL> - I feel that I understand the whole process of
> AL> retrieving, creating, and updating sbml objects much
> AL> better now.
> The whole episode just speaks to how apparently unhelpful
> the documentation has been.
> The new 3.3.0 docs have a section in the C++ api with a
> top-down full example, and it does illustrate the idioms
> that are better than others when using libsbml. But there
> isn't an equivalent for Java (yet).
> On my to-do list, now, is to add more explanation of the
> sort that has come to light in this discussion thread, and
> to put it in more places (such as the method documentation?)
> where people are more likely to see it.
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