Distributed Multiplatform Framework is a component-based programming framework using XML (or currently a hardcoded variant) as the repository. The samples are implemented either in console or wxWidgets. This shows the independence of the GUI or UI.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks Object Brokering (DevExpress Codegenerator)|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Windows Windows Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes. XSLT import for UML models sometimes failed and produced double entries in the dbcolumn table. The Linux release crashed at the second application start. Windows source code build failed with newer MinGW releases. A default XMISettings.xsl file has been added. The file is required even if XSLT parameters are present to override the settings. Note: the bindist.iss file is a hotfix for last minute changes in the InnoSetup binary samples installer.
Release Notes: There was a bug in one XSLT template that caused import to fail for UML aggregates when there are more than one for a class with the aggregate on other classes. There is also an update page where the author puts notes. The patch file can be downloaded from that patch page.
Release Notes: This is the final release for 1.0. It has been developed a while in a branch. The main changes are bugfixes and support of ArgoUML as a UML editor. The UML editor only has the ability to import and export XMI 1.2 files, so only the basic modeling features are supported. Users still having BoUML in the last free version can use it further.
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.