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Average score 3.24 (based on 70 votes)

given by Anonymous on January 27, 2007

given by Anonymous on February 27, 2007

given by Anonymous on March 1, 2007

given by Anonymous on March 13, 2007

i think it is great but i have problem with reverse engineering.

given by Anonymous on April 2, 2007

given by Solon Barns on April 13, 2007

I just installed it and it looks like solid and feature-complete, extensible software. It is far beyond many other open source tools that I tried. It has a native Windows UI, very clean and easy to use, resembles MS Visual Studio. Also try modules and template extensions available from their site. I have found a template to generate

given by Anonymous on April 25, 2007

given by Anonymous on September 13, 2007

At first glance I could not get copy and past of a text box to work, shame as the product looks great, and copy and pasting text boxes saves so much time resisting new boxes.

given by robin liu on September 29, 2007

StarUML is awesome. Fast and feature rich. But the interface is kinda awkward to use - especially the popup property window.

given by Anonymous on December 19, 2007

Nice tool

given by Anonymous on February 15, 2008

I could still be a good software. I was looking for a way to draw sequence diagrams quickly, and I couldn't find a way to do this with StarUML.

given by Anonymous on March 18, 2008

Haha. See what the last one says and his rating. It is very good

given by Ant on May 13, 2008

It amused me a lot that you compared a UML tool with a drawing package. It shows a complete lack of understanding of UML and the process involved in designing using UML. The point of UML is that you are creating and relating objects. Diagrams are an aid to understanding and viewing the objects: not the point of the exercise. StarUML is a good tool.

given by Niels on June 4, 2008

I am very impressed by its prospects! Especially of it extensibility, API and customisation. It needs some work to dig in but it is worth :-)
The only negative fact is the lack of documentation and that it looks like that nobody is working on it anymore.
Anyway, I am working on some tools and templates which will use it!

given by Anonymous on February 19, 2009

very good mimic of rational rose and with great functionality and easy to use

given by Andrej Badinka on February 25, 2009

Great open source tool... Realy helpfull and easy to use and customize. Extensible and for almost all tpes of diagrams

given by Anonymous on March 18, 2009

given by Anonymous on June 2, 2009

Reverse engineering from java source dosen't happen

given by Anonymous on July 9, 2009

given by Mac on July 14, 2009

Havn't started using it, just got it installed and "up n running". Encountered some problem when installing the app (Windows Vista SP2).
First time the install wizard crashed at the end of the process. Reinstalled it and then the program itself wouldn't start... :P So I removed it, reinstalled it again, and this time I didn't uncheck the "Run StarUML now"-checkbox (last step of install wizard), and got it up and running. :) Looks nice, reminds me of VS with the solution explorer(diagram explorer in StarUML) and everything...

given by Jan on August 11, 2009

StarUML works fine, but is no longer maintained :-(

given by Anonymous on June 17, 2011

given by Anonymous on March 17, 2013

Best open Source UML-Tool!

given by Anonymous on January 11, 2015

This software should be removed from this list, as it's no
longer open source, you're required to purchase it now. So
much for open source.

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