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Re: [ruby-81] UML diagram generating tool

From: Jim M.
Sent on: Sunday, October 25, 2009 9:47 PM
Ruby-UML and Railroad are the best I know:




On Oct 25, 2009, at 9:33 PM, Loqi <[address removed]> wrote:

>> I'd be delighted to hear of any tools you find, but also a bit
>> surprised if they do a very complete job.  Ruby is dynamic, so
>> even simple-sounding things (like knowing which version of a
>> method responds to a message) are not always trivial.
> Yeah, I'm sure anything that isn't grafted on to the Ruby  
> interpreter and running the test code will miss quite a lot of  
> dynamic stuff. I'd be happy with a 90% solution and a sharp pencil.
> I'm trying to diagram Ruby on Rails itself. Maybe there's a ready- 
> made diagram out there on the Internet somewhere I can just grab. A  
> general purpose tool would be useful and fun though. I'm sure the  
> stuff for Rails applications are quite accurate. I'll look at those  
> too.
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