[PJUG Javamail] Looking for Tool Recommendations to Reverse Engineer Java Swing App To UML
brian at gabey.com
Mon Jan 21 19:46:39 UTC 2008
If you have money,
Magicdraw has worked for me in the past. It does a pretty good job
I think Netbeans has some stuff do do that too. I have not tried the NB
On 1/21/08, steve.j.hall at tektronix.com <steve.j.hall at tektronix.com> wrote:
> Hello PJUG
> I have an existing application that I don't know much about, but I need to
> understand it in order to make some changes. I would like to reverse
> engineer parts of the application into UML behavioral and structural
> diagrams to better understand it. I would like people's opinion on any
> good tools to reverse engineer Java into UML. Features and ease of use are
> my primary requirements, with cost being a secondary requirement. Ideally,
> I would like to be able to do both static and runtime analysis.
> Steve Hall
> By the way...
> I have profiled the application using an Eclipse plug-in called Metrics,
> which shows a number of warnings: Nested Block Depth of 11, McCabe
> Cyclomatic Complexity between 11 and 34, Number of Parameters per method 10,
> etc. These warnings are in the areas of the application that I need to
> understand. In short, I have some indication that the application is
> difficult to understand and maintain. Check out this tool some time. It
> provides some useful insight into the complexity and maintainability of your
> software. I have found it easy to use and valuable.
> Web Site - http://www.pjug.org/
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