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Netbeans UML Support discontinued since 6.7 what did you switch to ?

 
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I noticed (a bit annoyed) that the latest version of Netbeans (6.9.1) does not offer the UML plugin offered before http://netbeans.org/features/uml/
Can't help thinking that this event is connected to the Oracle control over Java and Netbeans. I am a bit disappointed as I never expected this to happen even though Oracle is known for it's marketing techniques.
I happen to have a Netbeans 6.7 at work which has the plugin and it is quite useful but it's not at work that I need it (I have some work provided tool there), it's at home on my Ubuntu Linux machine for doing my own personal/hobby projects.
So you Linux software architects/engineers what do you use ? I used Umbrello but compared to Visual Paradigm/StarUml it is just not at the same level.

 
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I use MagicDraw or UMLet (it's a plugin Eclipse), but you have Visual Paradigm available for Linux.
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