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reverse engineering on sequence diagram?

Elhanan Maayan
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Joined: May 04, 2009
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hi.. before anyone send me to google

visual paradigm is an over kill, it's an entire modelling tool plus once i accidently chose to install the modeler edition it won't budge from it even though i tried to change it later in code engeering section.

maintainj is too pricey (500$ a user per year??)

javaCalltracer had potential however it kept crashing when i started the application, i suspect memory problems.

code logic never worked, even it's installation was problematic at best, (windows 7 reverted to basic color scheme)

of all these heatlamp seems to be closest, (and cheapest at 129$) however it's still in beta, so i'm wondering if there are any other options.
 
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