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License
BSD
Lastest release
version 0.3.0 on Apr 5th, 2011

This package will parse c#, java or python files, and generate the UML class diagram using a web interface.

It has 2 commands:

>>> pywebuml initialize

This command it is used to parse the files. This will create the database and parse all the files.:

>>> pywebuml web

This command will start the web interface that will be used to see the class diagrams.

It is required that graphviz is installed (and added to the PATH in Windows).

0.3.0

Release date: 04-Apr-2011

  • Code cleanup
  • When creating the graph now one can select the option to show the attributes or methods of the class.
  • Solved a bug in which each class box was too big.
  • Some bugs when parsing the code

0.2.0

Release date: 13-Mar-2011

  • Now it parses files that have preprocessor directives
  • Treated enum as classes
  • Created a command to delete tmp images and dot files (see bug #43)
  • Process java files

0.1.5

Release date: 10-Mar-2011

  • Solve package related bugs (see bug #51)

0.1.4

Release date: 10-Mar-2011

  • Solve parsing C# attributes that have ? (see bug #52)
  • Solve graph generation bug (see bug #53)
  • Removed unsued inputs in the web form.
  • Solved problem when an interface was found in the classes to be shown.

0.1

Release date: 10-Mar-2011

  • Able to parse a lot of c# code.
  • First web interface.
  • It should work for c# but not for java or python.

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