On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 02:41:59PM +0100, Noel Carroll mentioned:
> Anyone know of a non-commercial OO Modelling tool for Linux? I'm looking
> for something along the lines of Rational Rose for something I want to start
> on soon at home. If it could convert from Rational Rose's .cat and .mdl
> files also it would be good for when I want to work from home.
A lot of people use Dia's UML stuff. No idea how good it is, but I'm
fairly sure you won't get something like the commerical packages.
Thing is, that OO modellers are quite boring to use...and a lot more
boring to write!
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