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Modelio is an open source modeling environment (UML2, BPMN2, ...). Based on a 20-year track record of high end commercial products, Modelio delivers a broad-focused range of standards-based functionalities for software developers, analysts, designers, business architects and system architects.

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Modelio 3.3.1 has been released

The Modelio development team is glad to announce the release of Modelio 3.3.1. Some fixes and improvements have been made to the modeling tool.

Modelio 3.3.1 release note.

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Extend and adapt Modelio by adding modules which provide additional functionalities and services.

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Open source Java code generation and reverse tool

With Java Designer, enjoy an open source module that provides Java code generation and reverse.

More information about Java code generation and reverse

Check out the Modelio Store for more open source or free extensions

Free Web Document Publisher

Get a free Web Document Publisher. From your model, generate HTML documentation containing both information on your model and your diagrams.

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    Dear Pan,
    sorry for the late answer. Unfortunately I deleted the project and recreated it from scratch. I hope it will not happen again otherwise I will post the project here.

    Many thanks,
    Francesco
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    Hi,

    I am new to Modelio (I am using Modelio 3.3) and I am trying to describe the behaviour of an object using a state machine. The problem I am facing is that when I try to use an operation as an action for an internal transition, I do not know how to specify its arguments...
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    I have used a PropertyPage as suggested, but when I activate the view from the Symbol tab. But what I get is what I share in the image. Would it be possible to have them in a more "beautiful" manner? I do not understand how can I modify the tools for enabling this image to show as I want...
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    I am using modelio 3.3.1 (I think it is opensource) with the following details:
    Windows 7 64bit
    Modelio: Version 3.3.1
    Build: 201502191121
    Metamodel: 9023
    System: win32 (6.1)
    Architecture: x86_64

    I want to use git 1.9.0 to keep every version...
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    Ok, thank you very much.

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