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hy guys

i've been googling and got several posts, but nothing that is a
satisfaction in my eyes. can someone tell me a nice uml diagram tool
with python export (if possible nice gui), or at least nice uml tool

gpl or freeware (widows) prefered

thanks

azrael schrieb:
> hy guys

> i've been googling and got several posts, but nothing that is a
> satisfaction in my eyes. can someone tell me a nice uml diagram tool
> with python export (if possible nice gui), or at least nice uml tool

> gpl or freeware (widows) prefered

> thanks

Take a look at gaphor: http://gaphor.sourceforge.net/

Regards,
Ralf Schoenian

Ralf Schnian wrote:
> azrael schrieb:
>> hy guys

>> i've been googling and got several posts, but nothing that is a
>> satisfaction in my eyes. can someone tell me a nice uml diagram tool
>> with python export (if possible nice gui), or at least nice uml tool

>> gpl or freeware (widows) prefered

>> thanks

> Take a look at gaphor: http://gaphor.sourceforge.net/

Yes, Gaphor is fine and already rather powerful.

@ azrael,
You can also have a look at OpenSwarm: http://openswarm.sourceforge.net/

It is an UML -> Python/SQL generator tool with some kind of runtime
architecture. Sadly, still alpha and with-out GUI or Gaphor support.

Regards,
Anastasios

tahks guys

"azrael" <jura.gro@gmail.com> writes:
> hy guys

> i've been googling and got several posts, but nothing that is a
> satisfaction in my eyes. can someone tell me a nice uml diagram tool
> with python export (if possible nice gui), or at least nice uml tool

> gpl or freeware (widows) prefered

I like Umbrello (several OSs supported, including MacOS, Linux, *BSD and you
probably can get it running in Windows though it might be somewhat hard...).

--
Jorge Godoy      <jgo@gmail.com>

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