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UML Modeling Tools For C#

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Does anyone know any good UML Modeling Tools for C#? I just want something simple. Something that will model my application with some diagrams. Nothing fancy, but I at least want it to support basic things like inheritance and other object oriented terms. Hopefully it can be free, but I don't mind paying, as long as it's not like over 9000 dollars. Has anyone used UML modeling tools before? Can you recommend any? Thanks

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as long as you don't need automatic code generation you could use bouml, it doesn't seem to support c# but java is close enough

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Well I would prefer C#..

Does anyone know what program was used to create this diagram?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/images/gamedev/rocketcmd/rocketcmd_4.png

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Does anyone know what program was used to create this diagram?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/images/gamedev/rocketcmd/rocketcmd_4.png


Almost certainly Visio, part of the Microsoft Office suite.

I don't think it does code generation, though.

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Original post by Fromethius
Does anyone know what program was used to create this diagram?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/images/gamedev/rocketcmd/rocketcmd_4.png


Almost certainly Visio, part of the Microsoft Office suite.

I don't think it does code generation, though.

Yeah the closest was the Visio version that came with VS2003 that let you reverse engineer uml diagrams from your code from what I remember?

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actually he probably just used Visual Studio to create it since it's pretty easy to do now with the Class Designer. Just right click on your project and add a class diagram and drop your namespace from classview onto it and it'll show all your classes and relationships automagically!


[Edited by - daviangel on December 31, 2007 2:31:00 AM]

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