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Part II - Open Source Tools or Free!

 
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Hi,
Can anyone give me advice for tools to use for the part two assignment? In particular looking for UML tools (diagrams etc). Windows or Linux based.
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The community edition of Poseidon is free, and sufficient for Part II.
http://www.gentleware.com/products/download.php3
 
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Stephen,
I've been using Argo UML (website) and it works quite well for a free Java-based UML tool.
 
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You might want to check out ArgoUML. It is what Poseidon is based on. Personally, I am not a fan of either.
At work I use Together Control Center, however I realize that not everybody has access to this level of UML tool.
At home I use MagicDraw. It is not free but you can get an academic edition for $99. Since the actual assignment runs $250, I don't see that as a bad investment. It is a good tool.
[ December 24, 2002: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
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