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UML tool?

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I'm in need of a relatively simple uml tool where I car draw class
diagrams and package diagrams ect. and get the code generated and vice
versa. Namely collaboration/sequence diagrams from code..
I've tried Together and Rational Rose but I was wondering if there was
simpler tools available?? the above mentioned programs are very heavy
to work with...
Jul 17 '05 #1
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flaps81 wrote:
I'm in need of a relatively simple uml tool where I car draw class
diagrams and package diagrams ect. and get the code generated and vice
versa. Namely collaboration/sequence diagrams from code..
I've tried Together and Rational Rose but I was wondering if there was
simpler tools available?? the above mentioned programs are very heavy
to work with...

try this
http://argouml.tigris.org/
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Visual Paradigm is another

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I'm in need of a relatively simple uml tool where I car draw class
diagrams and package diagrams ect. and get the code generated and vice
versa. Namely collaboration/sequence diagrams from code..
I've tried Together and Rational Rose but I was wondering if there was
simpler tools available?? the above mentioned programs are very heavy
to work with...

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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flaps81 <ne******@it.dk> wrote:
I'm in need of a relatively simple uml tool where I car draw class
diagrams and package diagrams ect. and get the code generated and vice
versa. Namely collaboration/sequence diagrams from code..
I've tried Together and Rational Rose but I was wondering if there was
simpler tools available?? the above mentioned programs are very heavy
to work with...


Check out BlueJ and see what you think.
Jul 17 '05 #4

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