In the directory samples of the source tree you can find some sample program using wallaroo features.
In the following table you can find the samples using a specific feature.
|All container types||Minimal|
|Loading from xml||Mineplant, Shapes|
|Loading from multiple configuration files||Shapes|
|Loading from code||Roulette|
|Explicit use of boost||Boost_only|
|Explicit use of c++11||Cpp0x_only|
|Portable use||Minimal, Mineplant, Shapes, Roulette|
|Optional collaborator||Mineplant, Minimal|
|Mandatory collaborator||Mineplant (explicit), all (implicit)|
|Collection collaborator||Mineplant, Roulette, Shapes|
|Bounded collection collaborator||Minimal|
In the following table you can find which features use each sample.
|Minimal||All container types|
|Bounded collection collaborator|
|Boost_only||Explicit use of boost|
|Cpp0x_only||Explicit use of c++11|
|Loading from multiple configuration files|
|Roulette||Loading from code|
These samples are similar and show the basic features of wallaroo. The only difference among them is the explicit use of C++11 in Cpp0x_only, boost in Boost_only and a portable way in Minimal.
The static structure is shown in the following class diagram:
This sample is a simple process control software. See this blog for the problem description and a deep analisys of the solution.
This sample load from a file a list of shapes (trangles, rectangles, circles), align them and draw the resulting figure on the screen or on a CSV file.
This is a simulation of a roulette game. You can place your bet, a wheel is spun and then you get the result table. This sample shows how to define your classes in shared libraries (DLL or SO).