[oclug] standard file format for UML diagrams
en916 at ncf.ca
Wed Jun 18 22:16:47 EDT 2003
On Wed, 18 Jun 2003 20:38:41 -0400 (EDT) Kirill Lisovsky <lisovsky at acm.org>
> On Wed, 18 Jun 2003, Roger Messier wrote:
> > Anyone know if there's a standard file format to save UML diagrams? I'm
> > working on a group project for a course and we need to draw many UML
> > diagrams but we're using incompatible programs to create them (It doesn't
> > help that the other three are on Windows and I'm on Linux). If there was a
> > standard file format for UML, and if there were both Windows and Linux
> > applications that can work with the format, it would our lives much simpler.
> XMI may be considered as such a OMG standard
> It's supported by some Win/Lin tools,
> such as Java-based ArgoUML
Thanks. ArgoUML looks like it could do the job. I just have to figure out why
it won't run when I do 'java -jar argouml.jar' as it says to do in the docs.
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