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October 20, 2004 at 3:30 pm #3535AnonymousInactive
does anyone know a good UML tool which produces class stubs for C++. I’ve been using togetherJ and posideon for Java stuff for a good while. But the current project im starting on is an all C++ one and i was hoping to cut out some of the hand coded stuff.
Oh also this tool must be free or at least 30 free trial (should have the thing designed in 4-5 hours anyway).
October 20, 2004 at 4:03 pm #15238AnonymousInactive
Only tool I’ve ever used to do anything like than is “Rational Rose”.
Think its a pretty widely used product so there could very well be a downloadable trial version.
Don’t know of any others I’m afraid.
October 20, 2004 at 4:12 pm #15240AnonymousInactive
yeah i thought about that ah right its meant to be very poorly constructed and difficult to work with.
but ill try for a trial cheers.
October 20, 2004 at 4:29 pm #15241AnonymousInactive
Sounds about right….its a MS product isn’t it.
October 20, 2004 at 4:35 pm #15242AnonymousInactive
nah its IBM. But i think they bought out the company who developed it or possibly just that suite of tools.
so on reflection ibm stuff is generally pretty decent. ive been using eclipse ide for over 2 years and very little complaint. except recently the think shuts itself down and when you reload your project is all over the shop.
October 20, 2004 at 5:02 pm #15243AnonymousInactive
you could also try Visio which IS an MS product but one of the better ones… don’t know if it produces class stubs though
October 20, 2004 at 9:20 pm #15246AnonymousInactive
I think Visio does allow you to produce class stubs but I haven’t done it myself so that’s a second hand opinion at best.
I would agree that Visio is a pretty solid product, this opinion I claim as my own! :-)
October 21, 2004 at 8:55 am #15247AnonymousInactive
ill give a look at viso
October 23, 2004 at 4:51 pm #15297AnonymousInactive
personally I think Rational Rose 4.0 is the best UML package on the market, even despite it’s quirks…
However, the last project I worked on we used Magic Draw UML, and that’s a nice tool
There is a nice free reader for ppl that want to read your uml, but don’t want to purchase the editor.
May 5, 2005 at 9:07 pm #20706AnonymousInactive
I’m on the lookout for one of these too.
In the past I’ve used ‘Together’ from Borland
Hated it with a passion… It’s possibly the most unresponsive piece of software this side of a java mobile game.
May 6, 2005 at 8:49 am #20714AnonymousInactive
i actually solved this problem.
i got the professional edition of posideon, produces stubs for numerous languages.
easy to use also.
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