Archive for the ‘Releases’ Category

ModelGoon 4.4.1

Sunday, April 17th, 2011

ModelGoon 4.4.1 is now available. This release contains bug fixes on Class and Interaction diagrams. As I am currently working on round-trip features, they are available as beta. Feel free to contact me for suggestions or comments on round-trip implementations.

As usual, updates can be made via the Eclipse update menu, and here is the archive site : Download Archive Site Here.

I hope you continue to enjoy ModelGoon and always welcome your feedback. Don’t forget to support ModelGoon @ the Marketplace by adding it to your favorites.

ModelGoon 4.4.0 Released

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

ModelGoon 4.4.0 is now available, it contains major improvements on Class and Interaction Diagrams :

  • Connections can be routed manually
  • User can create and edit notes on the diagram
  • User can define associations type : Simple, Aggregation or Composition (with the context menu)

Existing diagrams are fully compatible with ModelGoon 4.4.0. I will soon update the user’s guide.

As usual, updates can be made via the Eclipse update menu, and here is the archive site : Download Archive Site Here.

I hope you continue to enjoy ModelGoon and always welcome your feedback. Don’t forget to support ModelGoon @ the Marketplace by adding it to your favorites.

ModelGoon 4.3.0 Released

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

ModelGoon 4.3.0 is now available. This version contains the following updates only available (for now on) in the Package Dependencies Diagram:

  • Connections can be routed manually
  • User can create and edit notes on the diagram
  • Internal evolutions in order to prepare the future releases
  • ZEST dependency removed

As usual, updates can be made via the Eclipse update menu, and here is the archive site : Download Archive Site Here.

I hope you continue to enjoy ModelGoon and always welcome your feedback. Don’t forget to support ModelGoon @ the Marketplace by adding it to your favorites.

The following screencast shows the new features in action.

ModelGoon 4.2.0

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Here comes ModelGoon 4.2.0! ModelGoon is now built with Maven and Tycho, and internal architecture changes have been made in order to prepare the next features… This version contains Packages Dependencies Diagram improvement : link selection displays the classes causing the dependency.

Update can be made via the Eclipse update menu. Therefore, dropins installation is no longer supported : you have to download the following archive site and install it as a local archive site. I will soon update the installation page.

Download Archive Site here.

I hope you continue to enjoy ModelGoon and always welcome your feedback.

ModelGoon 4.1.1 released

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Here come the release of ModelGoon 4.1.1. Download it here for dropins installation or use the Eclipse upadte menu. This release only contains bug fixes.

I hope you continue to enjoy ModelGoon and always welcome your feedback.

ModelGoon 4.1.0

Sunday, January 9th, 2011

ModelGoon 4.1.0 is available on its update site and can be downloaded here for dropins installation. This version fixes installation troubleshootings when running on a 1.5 JVM, and major bugs (NPE and other funky stuffs). For more informations visit ModelGoon’s tickets manager which is now powered by Assembla. If you like ModelGoon, don’t forget to star it on Eclipse MarketPlace.

Sequence Diagrams screencast

Sunday, January 9th, 2011

ModelGoon 4.0.0 – Sequence Diagram

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

First of all I would like to wish you all a happy new year.

Here is the fourth major version of ModelGoon. The brand new feature is to build sequence diagram from a method’s body. At this time, it supports only the first level sequence and the diagram  can only be exported to an image. I decided to release this first version of the Sequence Diagram thought it is incomplete and I am waiting for users feedback in order to focus on the most useful features. So feel free to contact me for suggestions or issues.

Here is an exported Sequence Diagram built from real world source code.


Here are the usage steps :

  1. From the Package Explorer view or from a Class Diagram View, right click on a Method.
  2. Select “Initialize Sequence Diagram” from the context menu
  3. The diagram will appear in the center of the workbench
  4. Right click on the diagram show a context menu.

Check out this page for installation instructions.

The dropins folder installation binary can be downloaded here.

ModelGoon 3.0.0

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

ModelGoon 3.0.0 is available and includes a new diagram : the Interaction Diagram which is based on the UML communication diagram and shows all interactions between objects. For those who installed from the update site or from the Marketplace Client just use the “Search for updates” action in the Eclipse’s “Help” menu. For those who uses dropins installation the new Jar is available here.

ModelGoon 2.0.4

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

ModelGoon 2.0.4 fixes major issues found on previous version. I apologize for the bugs in ModelGoon 2.0.3 especially due to the reverse engineering engine refactoring.

Fixed Bugs :
  • Crashes when a displayed class contains a build error
  • Delete command has no effect on diagram
  • Bugs on navigation to code
New Feature :
  • “Internal” class stereotype