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From "Evenblij, Paul" <Paul_Evenb...@nl.compuware.com>
Subject RE: Projects/Products using Batik?
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2001 09:55:37 GMT
Vincent and others,

We have just yesterday released preview 3 of our Java Class Diagram editor,
a UML-based tool which can be downloaded for free from
http://www.optimalj.com. (click on "Download OptimalJ Class Diagram Editor
for NetBeans".) One of the nice new features in this preview is, yes, SVG
export, courtesy of Batik.

The Java Class Diagram Editor runs in NetBeans/Forte for Java, which can be
downloaded from http://www.netbeans.org. It is very tightly integrated with
the NetBeans IDE. Some highlights (advertising!):

+ Automatic UML diagram generation on existing projects.
+ Easy declaration and renaming of Java packages, classes, interfaces,
members, and "extends" and "implements" specializations through drag & drop
in the graphical UI.
+ Easy navigation: double-click on a Class node opens its source file,
single-click on a member navigates to its declaration in the source.
+ Tight synchronization: any change in the diagram is immediately reflected
in the source code and vice-versa.
+ UML diagrams are stored in XMI format.

Just for fun, I have put SVG images of UML diagrams for 2 Batik packages
online at http://www.xs4all.nl/~paulpaul. Spaghetti lovers, eat your heart
out :)

Cheers,
Paul

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Vincent Hardy (<vincent.hardy@sun.com>) wrote:
>Hello,

>A little survey: it would be interesting in know of projects or 
>products which are using Batik for those of you who are free to 
>[...]

___________________________________________________________
Paul Evenblij
Software Engineer, Compuware Europe BV

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