[jdom-interest] generated uml webpage

Matthew MacKenzie matt at xmlglobal.com
Wed Mar 7 08:36:55 PST 2001

I don't know about Solo - my experience is with the free Whiteboard and the
very not free Control Center.  I like together for starting out projects,
stubbing out the code and making some UML, and doc gen.  It supports our two
languages (Java & C++), runs on nearly anything.  It makes an attempt at
being an IDE, but that functionality is a release or so off to be an
everyday use tool.

It really depends on what you need.  Together is great for us, our culture
typically shuns IDE based development (vim, emacs are very popular here), so
having a tool that round trips very easily was important.  Try it out, try
out other tools such as Rational Rose and see what you like better.

Together makes you jump through hoops to buy the license, my one complaint.

Matthew MacKenzie
VP Research & Development
XML Global Technologies, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: msew [mailto:msew at ev1.net]
Sent: March 7, 2001 1:08 AM
To: matt at xmlglobal.com; jdom-interest at jdom.org
Subject: Re: [jdom-interest] generated uml webpage

so on:  http://www.togethersoft.com/downloads/index.html

they list together solo  as being able to do: All UML diagrams and Web doc
Gen :-)

I that what you used? :-) (ie web doc gen)   I would think Together Solo
would be much cheaper than the Together Control Panel, but sadly they don't
even list prices on their website (seems to imply massive cost)

does anyone know of any opensource products that do the awesome
javadoc-esque uml creation?

further (this may be off topic)  but what UML modeling programs do people
use?   And matt, what is your experience with together (if you are using it
now :-) )



At 19:21 03/06/2001 -0800, Matthew MacKenzie wrote:
>I generated that documentation using Together Control Panel.  You can
>download a free version of the tool, but it does not output the UML or do
>the documentation.  The tool is quite expensive, so I suggest you take the
>time to go through an evaluation cycle.
>What is cool is that it uses CSS, so you can customize the look of the docs
>to your company's color scheme.
><<| message from: msew <msew at ev1.net> |>>
>at:  http://www.jdom.org/docs/uml/
> >
> >
> > there is a generated uml page (ala javaodc)  and probably the kewlest
> > i have seen this week.
> >
> > How was it generated?  Which modeling package?  And where can I get said
> > modeling package?
> >
> >
> > thanks!!!
> >
> > msew
> >
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>Matthew MacKenzie
>VP Research & Development, Founder
>XML Global Technologies, Inc.

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