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I need a powerful development manager like Sybase Power Designer or IBM Rational Rose that support sequence diagrams, data flow diagrams and so on.

Can somebody suggest a good alternative?

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  • I change the question, cause I think it wasn't clearly describe what I need!
    – Behzadsh
    Nov 7 '10 at 17:36
  • do you simply want to draw UML diagrams or also generate code or reverse engineer code?
    – knb
    Apr 23 '11 at 19:02
  • Yes I want them, otherwise Dia is a good app for draw diagrams
    – Behzadsh
    May 1 '11 at 4:05
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Dia install dia

Dia is a diagram editor that can be used to draw flow charts, UML diagrams etc.

Dia

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  • I already have Gnome Dia, Is this have DFD support?
    – Behzadsh
    Nov 5 '10 at 19:37
  • I don't really know what a data flow diagram is.
    – dv3500ea
    Nov 5 '10 at 19:41
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    It does have dfd support, just click on the part where it says flowchart and choose which one you want.
    – RolandiXor
    Nov 6 '10 at 3:35
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you can try one of these:

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  • Netbeans UML plugin was abandoned in version 7. Feb 1 '13 at 17:21
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Also take a look at OpenModelsphere. It is more oriented towards data modeling and can be used for both forward and reverse engineering of physical databases plus it supports a (almost) full range of UML, data modeling and business process modeling diagrams.

Oh, and its GPL v3, so no "community" versions or "non-commercial" or other "Thou shall not ..." restrictions :-)

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