Real UML tools
Posted Feb 19, 2012 14:25 UTC (Sun) by man_ls
In reply to: Real UML tools
Parent article: LibreOffice 3.5 released
Actually, I wasn't even referring specifically to Free software work. For my own software I normally use vim and Terminal, and they fit the job perfectly. But even in the enterprise world there are no good UML tools. (I have not used Enterprise Architect, do you think it qualifies?)
However, the intersection of Free software and enterprise software has a rich set of tools, including Eclipse and its many plugins. Eclipse does a lot of hard things well, and is somewhat of a counterexample to your arguments. It is striking that no good diagramming plugin for Eclipse exists, at the very least.
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