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Wanted: lightweight UML tool

 
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Hi all,
The computer I have at home is only a 486 20Mb PC running Windows 95.
Does anyone know a light UML tool that enables me to make the 3 kinds of diagrams we need to make for part II? By the way, anything that
runs on a JVM is to slow for my machine. It would be very nice if the
tool supports the use of stereotypes.
Regards,
Henk
 
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Hi Henk
Try ArgoUML, you will find it on the site with same name, and it is a freeware.
Himanshu
 
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Thank you Himansu,
but ArgoUML runs on a JVM I believe, and therefor it does not perform for my machine (takes one minute only to bring up the JVM...).
Does someone know a 'native' lightweight tool?
Regards,
Henk
 
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