|Re: Anyone still use UML 1.4? Anyone have a UML 1.4 to UML 2.1 XMI file converter? [message #622734]
||Wed, 17 September 2008 11:08
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
Probably it's best to include the UML newsgroups, which I've added to
the "to" list of the reply.
Tom Morris wrote:
> The ArgoEclipse UML plugins for Eclipse (based on ArgoUML) currently
> have a fairly complete UML 1.4 implementation based on the NetBeans
> MDR libraries and last summer began our implementation of UML 2.1
> support based on the Eclipse UML2 plugins.
> As we plan the rest of our UML 2.x implementation we're trying to
> figure out if there's any need to maintain support for UML 1.4 or
> 1.5. When we implemented UML 1.4, we provided one-way migration of
> users UML 1.3 models to UML 1.4. The default choice for the UML 1.4
> to UML 2.1 migration is the same behavior -- a one-way conversion.
> I'm wondering, however, if there's any ongoing need to be able to
> write UML 1.4 or 1.5 models. Anyone have a need for this?
> I guess as long as I'm asking, I should see if anyone's got an open
> source tool which will take a UML 1.4 XMI file and convert it to a UML
> 2.1 XMI file. Anyone have such an animal or know of one?
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