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Umple Modelling Language

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Description

This is the main project for various Umple subprojects and components.

Umple is a model-oriented programming technology, allowing developers to embed modelling concepts (e.g. UML associations, state machines), patterns, generation templates, and other abstractions in traditional code, and vice versa. It generates high quality code for Java, C++ and PhP, as well as diagrams, metrics and many other artifacts. It can be embeded in the above languages as well as embed them.

The project homepage is located at http://umple.org/

There are a large number of scientific papers about Umple listed at: http://publications.umple.org

Development Process

Umple is developed in itself, guaranteeing robustness; the most recent version of the compiler must be used to compile itself. See the wiki for development setup: http://devsetup.umple.org

Development follows a model-driven, test-driven, agile, continuous-integration process. Umple is hosted currently on Github at http://code.umple.org. It was first released in 2007. The master was on Google Code from 2011 to mid 2015 and moved to Github in 2015.

Umple has been largely developed as a research project at the University of Ottawa, Canada, by numerous PhD and masters students. Many undergraduates from across Canada and the USA have also contributed through the UCOSP program. See the license file for the list of contributors. http://license.umple.org

Installation and Downloading

Umple does not need necessarily to be downloaded, the following allow you to run it directly in any web browser:

You can download the java jar for command-line use, or the Eclipse plugin:

  • Download page: http://dl.umple.org - Links to the latest official release and continuous builds (command-line, Eclipse, Docker)

To run locally on your machine, Umple needs Java (versions 8-13) installed. It runs on Mac, Linux and Windows.

Usage

Umple is a programming and modeling language with a rich syntax. Full documentation with many examples can be found at

Other Key links

Umple is continuously tested and built at the University of Ottawa using CruiseControl; see http://cc.umple.org . It is also built on Travis CI (http://travis.umple.org/) and Appveyor (https://appveyor.com/).

Contributing

License

Umple is licensed under the MIT license. See http://license.umple.org

Credits

All developers of Umple are listed in the license file at http://license.umple.org

Financial support has been received from NSERC and the Ontario Research Fund. IBM supported early development of Umple. Google and Facebook supported student travel during Umple's development.

Contents of the directories

The umple project is split into many smaller subprojects; the folder hierarchy is explained below to better describe the structure.

  • build/

    • Ant build scripts and related information including user manual raw data
  • cruise.umple/ Umple compiler

    • See its own ReadMe.txt for further details
    • See also UmpleTo* below for additional compiler components
  • cruise.umple.eclipse/, cruise.umple.xtext.ui/ Eclipse plugins

  • cruise.umplificator Converting outside code to Umple

    • cruise.umple.validator Validates umple when umplifying
  • cruise.umple.nebula Infrastructure used for real-time C++

  • dev-tools Tooling for Umple developers

  • dist Build produced items, only available after building

    • libs/ Managed build dependencies that umple.jar require to run*
    • cruise.umple/reference User manual
    • qa/ Test reports
    • umple.jar and umple.VERSION.jar Current command-line Compiler
    • umpledocs.VERSION.jar User manual generator
    • umplestats.VERSION.jar Statistics generation
    • umplesync.VERSION.jar UmpleOnline tool to to synchronize graphical form
    • umplerun.VERSION.jar tool to drive input to an umple program
    • vml.VERSION.jar * Extension for variability modeling*
    • umple.unit-test.jar Test Language Compiler
    • umple.mutation.jar Umple Mutant Generator
  • examples/ Developer curated examples

  • externalexamples/ External projects that are used for testing

  • ExternalTextEditorPlugins Plugins for external editors, Notepad++, etc

  • sandbox Small test done before a build to make sure testing and compiling works

  • testbed/, testbed_php/, testbed_ruby/ Test suites for Java, Php and Ruby respectively

  • UmpleToJava/ Code generation for Java

  • UmpleToPhp/ Code generation for Php

  • UmpleToRuby/ Code generation for Ruby

  • UmpleToRTCpp/ *Code generation for C++ *

  • UmpleToSDL/ Code generation to convert Umple to SDL (in early development)

  • UmpleToSql/ Code generation SQL from Umple models

  • UmpleToTest/ Code generation for abstract tests

  • UmpleToTemplate/ Location for templates that could be common to subprojects

  • UmpleTToJunit/ Code Generation for JUnit5 - used by MTL compiler

  • UmpleTToPhpunit/ Code Generation for PhpUnit - used by MTL compiler

  • UmpleTToRubyunit/ Code Generation for RubyUnit - used by MTL compiler

  • umpleonline/ The UmpleOnline web application

    • UmpleOnline allows generation of code from Umple directly in a web browser, and also editing of Umple both graphically and textually. Available at http://try.umple.org
  • Umplificator/ Reverse engineer code to Umple

  • umplificatoronline/ Online tool for converting code to Umple

  • umpleUI/ Projects for the UIGU tooling

    • Projects for generating a UI through UIGU from Umple. These need work to incorporate them into UmpleOnline
  • umplewww/ Core files from the Umple.org web pages

    • Includes items such as the user manual that are moved at build time into the appropriate place
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