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Modelio is an open source modeling environment (UML2, BPMN2, ...). Based on a 20-year track record of high end commercial products, Modelio delivers a broad-focused range of standards-based functionalities for software developers, analysts, designers, business architects and system architects.

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Modelio 3.2.1 has been released

The Modelio development team is glad to announce the release of Modelio 3.2.1. Some fixes and improvements have been made to the modeling tool.

Modelio 3.2.1 release note.

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Discover Modelio Store extensions

Extend and adapt Modelio by adding modules which provide additional functionalities and services.

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Open source Java code generation and reverse tool

With Java Designer, enjoy an open source module that provides Java code generation and reverse.

More information about Java code generation and reverse

Check out the Modelio Store for more open source or free extensions

Free Web Document Publisher

Get a free Web Document Publisher. From your model, generate HTML documentation containing both information on your model and your diagrams.

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    Hi Matheus,

    As a part of MODAClouds project we will soon provide a generation for deployment scripts for many cloud platforms.

    Please stay tuned, it is going to appear within couple of months.

    Cheers,
    Andrey
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    Actually this might be the case. I don't use Dropbox, but my projects are saved in My Documents folder. But my company synchronizes this folder to our private Home disk (H:\) on the network.

    But it is only me that has access to this disk and I only use one computer to access it...
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    Yes you are right. Working with local copies but with some attempt to collaborate with another student for instance in a pair. Obviously at they cannot work at the same time. But I think that the idea is to have the project on a dropbox, to save the project, then the other student open it...
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    Hi jmfavre,
    your information is interesting. I didn't know that some users were using dropbox but normally they work with they local copies. Am I wrong?
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    Bonjour,
    As far as I know you can use Modelio to save a diagram as an image. And if you want to have a textual version of it in some language, then you can use jython with excellent macro system of modelio. That is, you have to write a little program in python, test it in the script window, and when you are happy with what it generates, you can put in in a file and create a macro...

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