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TextUML Toolkit 1.0 released [message #15519] Fri, 11 July 2008 02:38
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Originally posted by: rafael.abstratt.com

The TextUML Toolkit is a free, minimalistic IDE for UML that uses a
textual notation. With the TextUML Toolkit, you can create detailed UML
models at the same speed you write code. By adopting a textual notation,
the TextUML Toolkit provides benefits you will not get elsewhere:

* increased modeling productivity
* the features you like in your favorite IDE: instant validation,
syntax highlighting, outline view, textual comparison
* live graphical visualization of your class diagrams
* compatible with any tools that support Eclipse UML2 models

Download and install the TextUML Toolkit, and run through an
easy-to-follow tutorial. If you find a problem or need help, feel free
to ask questions on the forums or comment on the blog.

* Download:
http://abstratt.com/textuml/download.html

* Documentation (tutorial, notation reference, sample application):
http://abstratt.com/docs/

* Support:
http://abstratt.com/forum/

* Blog:
http://abstratt.com/blog/
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