[Scribus] A good UML tool!
Wed Apr 19 07:32:22 CEST 2006
others were right, I know what UML is, and know a few tools, but
you're speaking of one that seems very interesting, without naming it
or giving an URL.
So we can't check if it's as interesting as you claim.
I would be very interested in this !
On 4/18/06, Asif Lodhi <asif.lodhi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Christophe,
> On 4/18/06, Christophe Chailloleau-Leclerc <zekrap at gmail.com> wrote:
> > That seems great, Asif, but... What tool is it ? ;-)
> You can conceptualize your C++ object designs using this tool without
> having to write code - I haven't yet downloaded it but from the
> website it looks like I can put in my own C++ code snippets in it so
> that I can have it generate the C++ program source code the way I want
> it to. I was searching for such a tool and I just found one. I used
> to use Poseidon for UML Community Edition - but that's Java only and
> with some restriction. This tool is C++ based and there are no
> The utility of UML is that it saves you time if you want to study the
> design of a software application (such as Scribus! :) if that
> application does have a UML design document, that is. It gives you a
> very clear picture of what's going on - without bogging you down in
> the source code. A good UML tool (like Poseidon) helps you a lot in
> putting your thought process on canvas in the form of object diagrams
> very quickly and express your analysis & design visually. Then you
> can use the finalized design to "generate" the program for you -
> automatically - well that's the ideal condition - most of the times,
> you have to edit the generated program source code and make
> modifications. What really attracts me to "this" tool is that I think
> I can have it generate the "different" program source code.
> It potentially can prove to be a highly useful tool for the Scribus developers.
> Best regards,
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