Rational-Rose and Python ...
johnm at magnet.com
Wed Mar 29 18:22:55 CEST 2000
UML with Python would be pretty spiffy. Tools are *very* convenient for
doing bulk design-level changes without modifying 1-2 lines in dozens of
files. They can also generate pretty diagrams from code, for
documentation and/or presentation to the client.
On Wed, 29 Mar 2000, Bill Scherer wrote:
> I think it's time a project was put together to develop a UML tool in
> python. I don't have the time to manage such a project, but I would
> volunteer to help with design, coding, testing, and even coordination as
> much as I could.
I thought Rose already supported (output of) Python already?
Or, check out (open source) ArgoUML http://www.argouml.org/ :
"ArgoUML: The Cognitive CASE Tool
The goal of the ArgoUML project is to build an object oriented design
tool that is:
* A joy to use (we really mean it),
* Actually helpful to designers when they are making design decisions,
* Completely open source Java,
* Leading edge (supports the latest UML specifications),
* Modular and extensible,
* Integrated with the web and other Tigris tools."
It's odd they mention "joy to use" and "Java" in the same paragraph, but
whatever. Hey -- they're already funded by SourceXchange!
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