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WinTranslator & MacTranslator Demo Editions
Generate Design Diagrams from Your Source Code in Minutes

Placitas, NM ? April 5, 2004 - Excel Software is pleased to announce the
immediate availability of Demo editions of its WinTranslator and
MacTranslator reengineering tools. When used in conjunction with the
WinA&D or MacA&D modeling tools, software developers can automatically
generate live diagrams that represent the design of their source code.

WinTranslator for Windows and MacTranslator for Macintosh implement
three types of reengineering:

* Class Models or CRC Cards from C++, Java, Delphi and Ada
* Structure Charts from C, Pascal, Basic and Fortran
* Data Models from SQL

The Product edition of WinTranslator can be used with the WinA&D,
QuickUML or QuickCRC modeling tools. The WinTranslator Demo is only
intended for use with a current Demo or Product edition of WinA&D. The
same restriction and the approach described below also apply to the
MacTranslator Demo running on Macintosh.

WinTranslator is a reengineering tool that extracts design information
from source code files. It saves that information to text files that
are imported into WinA&D. Unlike the WinTranslator product, the Demo
edition encrypts these text files so that they are not human readable
and can only be imported into WinA&D when running in a special Demo
Mode. This approach allows evaluators to reengineer their own
proprietary or classified projects and see the live results in WinA&D,
but prevents saving or exporting the generated documents to disk.

Before importing files into WinA&D, the Developer must enable a special
Demo Mode. The Demo Mode disables save, export and report generation
features in WinA&D, but enables the import of encrypted files from the
WinTranslator Demo. All other features are still available allowing the
developer to view, navigate and explore the generated diagrams and
dictionary information. The Demo edition introduces no file size or
file count limitations, time restrictions or other constraints that
would limit its use on large industrial-scale projects. After
restarting WinA&D, the Demo Mode will no longer be enabled.

The WinTranslator and MacTranslator products are priced at $495 each for
a Single User License or $50 for a Demo & Manual package. The Demo &
Manual package includes a printed manual, PDF manual, step-by-step
tutorial and free technical support. Contact Excel Software for site
license and upgrade prices or visit www.excelsoftware.com for
information and online ordering.

Excel Software
Ph: (505) 771-3719
Fax: (505) 771-3718
Web: http://www.excelsoftware.com
Email: in**@excelsoftware.com

Jul 22 '05 #1
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"Tools" <ex***@lobo.net> wrote
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Sadly for you, few people would buy products from a company that's so
unprofessional as to spam newsgroups rather than pay for legitimate
advertising.

We will remember the name to be avoided, however:
Excel Software
Ph: (505) 771-3719
Fax: (505) 771-3718
Web: http://www.excelsoftware.com
Email: in**@excelsoftware.com

Claudio Puviani
Jul 22 '05 #2

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"Tools" <ex***@lobo.net> wrote
WinTranslator & MacTranslator Demo Editions
[snip]
Sadly for you, few people would buy products from a company that's so
unprofessional as to spam newsgroups rather than pay for legitimate
advertising.

We will remember the name to be avoided, however:
Excel Software
Ph: (505) 771-3719
Fax: (505) 771-3718
Web: http://www.excelsoftware.com
Email: in**@excelsoftware.com

Claudio Puviani
Jul 22 '05 #3

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