Stereotypes and taggedvalues, or more generaly, UML Profiles
Add support for stereotypes and tagged-values, first use case is for customizing code generation based on Class Diagrams but should be further extended to any other meta-class and diagram.
More generally, it relates to the support of UML Profiles
Was ready to purchase but lack of stereotypes makes it a non-starter for me. Even with simple diagrams, you have to be able to indicate what type of thing your classes, for example, are representing.
Leonardo Celati commented
Adding our own stereotype would be really nice. It is mandatory to me, especially when dealing with EJB, ManagedBean and all annotated entrprise java classes
Viggo Holmstedt commented
I would like to be able to specify a stereotype to my class, just like the interface symbol shows up now.
Stephane Barbey commented
Actually, in the long-term, we would like to have full--fledged profiles, don't we? (In the short-term, just stereotypes would be cool.)
Nicholas Spinner commented
Stereotypes on everything, thank you.
Nick Roth commented
As a SysML user, I'd really like to be able to define a custom profile at least. SysML would require some functionality changes, but a profile would help there. I'd be interested if there was any way for the community to define plugins or something along those lines that could implement the extra behavior. For example, generating an internal block diagram from a block diagram.
One thought would be to allow users to share profiles, then people could fork and modify them as required.
Søren Mathiasen commented
Any idea when this will be available ?