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Reverse engineer Object Oriented Python code

Hi all,
I want to try reverese engineering a Server written in Python.
Its is all object oriented stuff with some use of Design patterns.

Umbrello in Linux has no support for python.
I am not sure if Rational Rose can do this for me (Linux Eval version).
Does any one know UML tool which can reverse engineer python classes into
UML and give me class diagrams etc.

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