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I discovered PlantUML, a program to generate a lot of different graphs, UML and not.
From time to time I find it useful to generate Sequence Diagrams, i.e. images like this:
Some time ago I used sdedit, a nice tool that has the great advantage that the diagram is entered as text describing the different interactions.
Lately I needed it, only to… not remember the name. So I asked the mighty internet, and PlantUML came out.
It’s really nifty, gets the inputs as text too, and has a lot of examples for sequence diagrams. So I thought… better write a bit about it, so that future me will have an easier time finding it again!
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