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28 Jul 2011 17:07 eldy

Warning, this is not an opensource software.
Community edition is difficult to find to download and is too limited.

14 Jan 2008 11:07 mcoon

Community (free) version
I was going to download the community version, but realized that this version of the product didn't have any of the reverse engineering capabilities. I then took a look at the personal edition, which was reasonably priced, but it didn't offer any of these capabilities either. Long story short, for the average developer perusing this site for neat tools, don't bother with looking into this product as it is currently priced out of your range.

The problem with their pricing / licensing scheme is this: if it can't import an existing C/C++ project on Linux for a reasonable price, then this posting is nothing more than an add for yet another developer's tool costing more than $1,000 U.S.D. / seat.

06 Nov 2001 10:04 jeffcovey

Re: MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net

> I misunderstood the purpose of freshmeat.net.

Yes, you did.

> Is there a way to filter softwares and see only the opensource ones
> (including any opensource type of licence : GPL, LGPL, Apache, ...) ?

Yes, go to <a
href="http://freshmeat.net/filters/list/trove/">http://freshmeat.net/filters/list/trove/.

05 Nov 2001 07:02 ErwanDucroquet

Re: MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net

%> Is MagicDraw UML an open source software ?
>
> No, and we've always listed software released under a wide variety of licenses.
> If you think otherwise, you weren't paying attention. :)


Silly me, I misunderstood the purpose of freshmeat.net.
As it is a member of the OSDN, I really tought that it was only about open source softwares that any people could directly help to improve.

Is there a way to filter softwares and see only the opensource ones (including any opensource type of licence : GPL, LGPL, Apache, ...) ?

Thanks

03 Nov 2001 09:14 jeffcovey

Re: MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net

> Is MagicDraw UML an open source software ?


No, and we've always listed software released under a wide variety of
licenses. If you think otherwise, you weren't paying attention. :)

03 Nov 2001 05:18 ErwanDucroquet

Re: MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net

%> I'm surprised to found a standard commercial and NOT OpenSource product on the freshmeat repository.
>
> Why?


Because : &quot;freshmeat maintains the Web's largest index of Unix and cross-platform open source software.&quot; (first sentence on the &quot;about&quot; page).
Is MagicDraw UML an open source software ?

02 Nov 2001 08:18 jeffcovey

Re: MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net

> I'm surprised to found a standard commercial and NOT OpenSource
> product on the freshmeat repository.


Why?

02 Nov 2001 05:47 ErwanDucroquet

MagicDraw UML has nothing to do on freshmeat.net
I'm surprised to found a standard commercial and NOT OpenSource product on the freshmeat repository. There are other web sites dedicated for this type of product, aka: download.cnet.com.
Misters from No Magic, I don't think this is a good idea to get the lightnings of the OpenSource community, as your product may be a good one, but none the less a not OpenSource one.

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