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Entry 1: Why? Which?

Topic: Diagram Tools   

Created on Thu, 15 Dec 2011.
Last Modified on Sun, 01 Jan 2012.

To avoid verbose logs, I am looking into some good diagraming tools to draw sequence and class diagrams. Since I like doing my text editing in vim, it would be nice if I could generate the diagram from a text file or script.

I saw some simple examples on this blog of how they use graphviz and it seems quite straight forward.

So far I'm looking at dia (because it seems the most common), and graphviz because its supopsed to have a decent api.

Hopefully I can find something which fits my needs, and doesn't generate a (too) ugly diagram.



PLEASE let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or if you have any suggestions or requests~

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