[BangPypers] UML <=> Python...and other things...

Vishal vsapre80 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 21:55:53 CET 2009

Does anyone know of a tool that can produce Python code from UML diagrams?

Is something of this sort being added to NetBeans?

Or is it that the ease of programming in Python acts as a deterrent in the
way of having to create something in UML and then covert that model into

it would be good to have a tool of that sort (Python to UML and UML to

Also, is there a way to find Python call graphs (something like Doxygen),
but not just the typical static code structure...instead something that can
tell execution paths while a certain function is called.
I came across 'pycallgraph'. Its good. except two things, its slow for big
projects, and it goes all the way into tracing every single call...that
means if I am using a COM library underneath, it traces that as well. What I
was interested in is figuring out only part of the trace...may be specifying
exclusions in the trace tree.

Thanks and best regards,
Vishal Sapre
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