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From "Daniel S. Haischt">
Subject Re: uml (was: documentation)
Date Fri, 15 Aug 2003 06:19:48 GMT
just a kinda unrelated, but important note ...

can you tar/gz your attachments next time if they
are reaching a size of several Megs?

(a tar.gz archive of your images would have been
about 800 KByte big in size)


daniel s. haischt

Am 15.08.2003 2:28 Uhr schrieb "Ralph Apel" unter <>:

> Hi there,
> it might be worth distunguishing between
> 1) generating diagrams from source for purposes of documentation (wiki
> etc)
> 2) importing UML into a tool or Ide-plugin for analysis and modification
> IMHO purpose (1) should be scripted (with human revision, of course). I
> think in conjunction with
> (javadoc, UmlGraph
> Doclet, .dot intermediate format, final output to dozens of graphics
> formats) may be used...(Please see attachment quick shots)
> Purpose (2) should be left to the personal preferences of each
> contributor (at least for now), the resulting sources (patches) being
> the definitive means of transfer.
> UML-coded proposals or contributions to discussion may be generated from
> UML-tools/plugins in bitmapped or vector (SVG?) form.
> Indeed, what may be necessary, is a standard for navigation in bitmapped
> or svged diagrams.
> May be someone from the Javascript scene can design a generalized
> framework for zooming and panning in bitmapped or svged diagrams?
> On Wed, 2003-08-13 at 18:33, Marc Ernst Eddy van Woerkom wrote:
>>>  Speaking as someone who can't afford a copy of Rational Rose
>> or Together.. I wonder what shows up in Borldand's latest free offerings.
>>> ArgoUML springs to mind as the obvious suggestion, but I'd love to hear
>>> about any others. :)
>> What about its commercial brother Poseidon?
>> Is their free version crippled or not usable for other reasons?
>> Regards,
>> Marc

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