Spec URL: http://argouml.tigris.org/
SRPM URL: it's a java package
Description: An Open Source UML Modeling Tool
ArgoUML provides the following features. Each feature is described briefly below.
* All 9 UML 1.4 Diagrams supported
* Platform Independent: Java 1.4+
* Click and Go! with Java Web Start
* Standard UML 1.4 Metamodel
* XMI Support
* Export Diagrams as GIF, PNG, PS, EPS, PGML and SVG
* Available in ten languages - EN, EN-GB, DE, ES, IT, RU, FR, NB, PT, ZH
* Advanced diagram editing and Zoom
* OCL Support
* Forward Engineering
* Reverse Engineering / Jar/class file Import
* Cognitive Support
+ Design Critics
+ Corrective Automations (partially implemented)
+ "To Do" List
+ User model (partially implemented)
o Opportunistic Design
+ "To Do" List
o Comprehension and Problem Solving
+ Explorer Perspectives
+ Multiple, Overlapping Views
Install with Java Web Start
The ArgoUML website provides easy installation with Java Web Start.
Runs on any platform with Java1.4 or Java5
ArgoUML is written entirely in Java and uses the Java Foundation Classes. This allows ArgoUML to run on virtually any platform.
Standard UML Metamodel
ArgoUML is compliant with the OMG Standard for UML 1.4. The core model repository is an implementation of the Java Metadata Interface (JMI) which directly supports MOF and uses the machine readable version of the UML 1.4 specification provided by the OMG.
UML Diagram Support
ArgoUML uses GEF, the UCI Graph Editing Framework to edit UML diagrams. The following diagram types are supported:
* Class diagram
* Statechart diagram
* Activity diagram
* Use Case diagram
* Collaboration diagram
* Deployment diagram (includes Object and Component diagram in one)
* Sequence diagram
NB: I have downloaded and installed the Java application. It works very well, and is very intuitive to use. Please take a look at it. I cannot get the print function to work, to print out UML diagrams under FC6 KDE & CUPS.
Looks like you forgot to provide links for your SPEC-file )
Sorry Lemenkov - I think I must have posted this in the wrong place. This is
meant to be a request for Fedora to review the above package for inclusion in
the next version of Fedora. I don't think it is included in FC6 right now. It
seems alot more stable than Umbrello UML modeler is.
Keith, if you want to package this application yourself and submit it for
review, this is the right place but you have to provide URLs to the .spec and
.src.rpm files that you would like to submit for examination. Please see
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/Join and especially
If you just want to suggest adding this package to Fedora, then please see
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/WishList. In this case please
close this bugzilla ticket ("resolve" it as "NOTABUG")
Thanks wolfy. I will close this ticket and post to the wishlist.