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This is the best UML tool I found so far (for C++/Java development): SourceTrail. It is like Doxygen, but it is dynamic and it does not need to recompile everything when something changes. If it had editing capabilities, it would be my favourite IDE. However, it is a reverse engineering tool, and it does not allow to modify the diagrams, just view/navigate ...


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I found Graphviz to be a wonderful solution, especially since you don't have to worry about where things are (though you can), you just worry about the information that it conveys. The only catch is it's not very easy to install on windows (and to be honest GVEdit isn't that great). The best workaround is to use a different tool compatible with the "dot&...


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