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Re: Is UML an option for the IETF?
- To: Avri Doria <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Is UML an option for the IETF?
- From: "W. Fred Seigneur" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2000 07:11:05 -0700
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All - About a year ago my company bought some tools to allow GDMO and
SNMP MIBs to be interchanged with UML. To me this is the way to get the
Those wanting to use UML can carry on higher level modeling functions.
But, the object information model created can be made visible in ASCII,
which of course is what compilers like to see as well.
Avri Doria wrote:
> In regard to Tom's suggestion that UML be used to describe the
> Is it possible to use UML without graphics support? And if not,
> can we justifiably use it as the IETF method of description.
> Personally, I am getting comfortable with UML when using UML drawing
> packages (e.g. Rose). But I find it very uncomfortable to use with
> ascii characters. As far as I can tell UML is totally implementation
> dependent; i.e. if you can't draw it, you can't express it.
> Is there a way around this problem? Other by writing a graphic UML
> to ascii character drawing converter for each UML graphics program?
> Avri Doria
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