November, 2010

  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    XMI 2.1 Export for VS2010 UML Tools

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    There is an XMI 2.1 Exporter now available for VS2010 UML Tools. It is available as source code in the form of a sample. It builds into a VS Extension which you can easily install, and which will enable you to export UML models in the standard XMI 2.1...
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    Use cases for UML

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    I had a conversation recently in which the following three use cases for UML were suggested: UML as a precise graphical representation of existing programming languages UML as a higher level full life-cycle development language UML as a means to communicate...
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    The story of UML

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    Jean Bézivin is telling the story of UML on his blog. His post on How to choose the good ingredients to get a good UML? makes some really key points about what happened in 1996. I guess I’m glad that we managed to get OCL into UML, but I remain disappointed...
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    Hurtling back from Paris

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    I’m currently hurtling through the French countryside at some significant fraction of the speed of sound on the Eurostar train from Paris to London. I’m returning from giving a keynote talk at Model Driven Day . I spoke about UML – Past, Present and Future...
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