file [Solved] Where can one obtain libraries?

5 years 4 months ago #2543 by sejhemming
Are these items that have to be purchased? Or is there simply a repository of them?

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5 years 4 months ago #2544 by pan
You can browse the Modelio store and access a list of modules (free or commercial).
Please note that the commercial modules are not working on Modelio Open Source.

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5 years 4 months ago #2546 by sejhemming
Hmm.

In the reply to another thread, I saw a screenshot of the Library called (something like) FrameworkClassLibrary4.0.30319. I don;t see that listed. Am I to assume that this too is part of another commercial product?

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5 years 4 months ago #2547 by cde
Hi,

It seems that there is a confusion between 'extensions' and 'librairies'...

Extensions are modules (like Cs Designer, Java Designer, etc...), some of them are free and/or open source, some other are commercial products...

Librairies are model components , like the FrameworkClassLibrary that you've seen in the screnshot. Some of these libraries are delivered with the commercial solutions, some other are available on the web.

For example you can find Java libraries on the http://opensource-uml.org/ website. See the http://www.modelio.org/forum/20-opensource-umlorg/2482-new-site-opensource-umlorg.html post for more infos...

Best regards,
cde.

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