Star UML

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by Jesse Aldridge, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. Jesse Aldridge

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    I just started using StarUML for diagramming my programs. I've found it really helps a lot, especially when a program gets too big to keep the whole thing in your head at once.

    Note that I'm not actually using formal UML, I'm just using the tool to manage boxes, arrows, and text.

    Check it out:
     

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  2. Nikster

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    I use UmlPad for the same sort of thinng, bugged and lightweight, why I never change I don't know.
     
  3. barrygamer

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    I have used ArgoUML, in a previous life tho, not for my game stuff. In fact I had to double-check ArgoUML wasn't the same prog as StarUML, they look very similar (argo is done in java). My game code design is way too simple to require any diagrams :D
     

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