which port for this job?
bakul at bitblocks.com
Wed Dec 16 18:41:38 UTC 2009
On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 13:01:22 EST Chuck Robey <chuckr at telenix.org> wrote:
> Matthew Seaman wrote:
> > Chuck Robey wrote:
> >> I need to block out a mildly complex OO diagram, and I wanted to get a
> >> suggestion for what ports selection might be best.
> > inkscape if you want something point'n'click to draw with.
> > graphviz if you hate the idea of point'n'click.
> Well, actually, I'm after a UML designer, but it has some special needs for me:
> it has to understand python's arch (not just java, as most do). I've found a
> couple that go that far, but unbelieveably enough, they won't print...
> klassmodeler was a big disappointment like that. Dia actually printed it's
> output, but the authors were so proud of their ability to print huge mosaics
> made up of bunches of 8.5x11 sheets that they offer no options to get it all
> into one sheet, even when it s just not all that complicated.
Googling about this problem reveals
Did you try it?
I have used tgif, xfig, inkscape, dia etc. in the past.
Generally they can all be made to do what you want but you
have to spend time learning the tool.
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