Release Notes: This release candidate added a new package containing a code generator template and related files for generating a DevExpress-based WinForms application including XPO and Reports. Other changes are XSLT related and general feature stabilizations.
Release Notes: This release contains bugfixes related to importing from XMI 1.x and 2.x files. The Windows source code installer has been improved to help building from source code be a very easy step. It will optionally pull MinGW and wxWidgets as prerequisites. The installer also downloads the binary build tools which contain a minimal set of extra executables not available in MinGW. These are sh.exe, cp.exe, and the like, including Cygwin Make.
Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix for the case in which UML attributes are reversed in their order while roundtrip, a feedback mechanism for users, and new settings to support database backend type setting per application and system.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for bugs, including buffer overflows and several uninitialized variables. The related code has been removed completely. The application has been tested and proven to be stable and usable.
Release Notes: This release contains many bugfixes and some enhancements regarding easier "getting started". XSLT Templates has been added to demonstrate more unique targets in code generation. UML importation has been preconfigured to quickstart importing a "modified" UML model of the running main application (lbDMF Manager). There are sometimes application crashes on the Mac platform which the author could not fix in a timely manner for this release.
Release Notes: This release contains a major enhancement of the code generation capabilities. The code generator can now be a workflow (designed with UML Activities). It can contain multiple steps in generating different artifacts at once but by using different XSLT templates, and thus the templates could be specialized to do one thing better than doing many things moderately well. This will help keep the XSLT templates smaller, and also helps in combining various templates to get a complete software system.
Release Notes: This release includes a new plugin for code generation that was previously developed privately. Samples are are also included for now. The samples include lbDMFDataViewModel, TurboVision, wxActiveRecords, and wxLua. The changes in this release are partly enhancements in XSLT, code, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the final release. It has two major new features (printing and bussiness rules/actions) and some other bugfixes in importing XMI models and exporting them. The printing feature is implemented with an external application (OpenRPT from xTuple). It is implemented with the relatively new "execute application" action, which one could design onto database forms to act with actual data. The "business rules" feature is implemented via enhancing the action classes capable of walking an UML activity flow.
Release Notes: This release contains many changes to get a better working application. The main enhancements are using an initial SQLite database to enable an easy tryout of the software. The software should run out of the box. UML (XMI) export has been added to enable reverse engineering of existing database schemas. Documentation has been added that explains usage with BoUML, and as an example for reverse engineering, the PostBooks database is used.
Release Notes: Local file based configuration of an application is fully supported. If it is not available, the configuration will be loaded from the database. Many bugfixes are made: there were missing code modules. Packaging for Linux was improved. Property grid display problems when compiled against GTK 2.0 were fixed. Other minor bugs were fixed.