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Re: UML Modeling w/o Rational Rose

I found dia to be _much_ easier and practical to use, as opposed to Rational -
don't miss dia2code which does a decent job.

There is another tool called ToghetherJ - but AFAIK and used them, both Rational
or Toghether do not handle well C++ but java.

On Mon, 3 Jun 2002, Tommi Komulainen wrote :

» Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 21:01:23 +0300
» From: Tommi Komulainen <Tommi.Komulainen@iki.fi>
» To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
» Subject: Re: UML Modeling w/o Rational Rose
» On 2002-06-03 12:45 +0000, Elizabeth Barham <soggytrousers@yahoo.com> wrote:
» > Hi Everyone,
» >
» > I'd like to be able to view a UML Model that is available for download
» > in Rational Rose Format from:
» >
» > <http://www.hl7.org/Library/data-model/RIM/modelpage_non.htm>
» >
» > Rational Rose is a very expensive software product and I was wondering
» > if anyone else has experienced this problem (that is, wanting to view
» > a Rational Rose file using free software) and how you overcame it?
» I'm not sure if you can use free software to display Rose models as is.
» You could, however, open the model in Rose and take a screenshot :)
» And to open the model in Rose you can get an evaluation license (valid
» for 30 days, or two weeks, or something like that) from Rational.
» On the topic of free UML modeling software, I've tried ArgoUML and
» Poseidon, but unfortunately they aren't quite comparable to Rose.  Are
» there some other UML tools I've missed?  (No, dia or kuml don't count.)

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