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sonny02
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Open Source UML Tool - StarUML released !

I've got a newsletter from a forum for uml.
It said open source uml tool and forum are launched yeterday.
When I visit this website, it's very cool.
I downloaded the open source uml tool and installed it.
I was very easy and lightweight to use it.

That name is StarUML

*Below is its features
-UML 2.0 diagrams
-Various language support
-Microsoft Office document generation
-Customizable code generation.
-Support MDA technology (UML profiles and customizable diagrams)
-Diagram extensibility (Define your own type of diagram beyond the UML)
-Extensibility
-Controlling units and fragments.
-High compatibility
-Editing
-User-Interface
-Model verification (based on UML 1.4 well-formedness rules)
-Pattern support


www.staruml.com is its official website.
staruml.tigris.org is for developers

peace~

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kyle
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Registered: Dec 2005
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excellent tool !

I downloaded StarUML.
It's amazing even though it is open source.
I also bought StarUML hooded sweatshirt on the store, I like it.
I think rose or together is kinda expensive to adopt our development project and they have lots of unnecessary functions to use for my work, but staruml is very compact and lightful...so i will use it when i come to my work.

who developed this tool for the first time? its document is very useful to refer for using the tool.

cheers !

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