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Old 12th September 2008
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What opensource tools do you use for UML? I have found one ArgoUML under BSD license, but it's just in early development state.
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ArgoUML is in early development state? Really?

Anyway, besides ArgoUML there are also Umbrello (KDE), Dia and couple of UML plugins for Eclipse. Probably even more but these are the ones that I've tried.
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What opensource tools do you use for UML?
A short thread on this topic can be found in the archives:

http://daemonforums.org/showthread.p...hlight=argouml
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