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Plant​Uml​Diagrams

A fork from https://github.com/jvantuyl/sublime_diagram_plugin package for Sublime Text 3, to render diagrams in your source code

Labels uml, plantuml

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  • Win 1K
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Plant UML Diagrams

This is a forked version from https://github.com/jvantuyl/sublime_diagram_plugin adding a server dependency https://github.com/evandrocoan/plantumlconnection and rewriting the whole git history removing all the java binary files which have been added, reducing the repository size from 22.49 MB to 204 KB.

This version now first attempts to contact the webserver accordingly to the new settings:

// valid values:
    // 'png'              generate images using PNG format
    // 'svg'              generate images using SVG format
    // 'txt'              generate images with ASCII art
    // 'utxt'             generate images with ASCII art using Unicode characters
    // 'latex'            generate images using LaTeX/Tikz format
    // 'latex:nopreamble' generate images using LaTeX/Tikz format without preamble
    //
    // These formats are also supported by plantUml, but they need some
    // prerequisite to be installed... PlantUml return_code = 1 on invocation:
    // 'pdf' generate images using PDF format
    // 'vdx' generate images using VDX format
    // 'eps' generate images using EPS format
    "output_format": "png",

    // It will first try to use the server, because is much more faster than
    // calling directly the jar. If you would like to run a local server,
    // you can install it from: https://github.com/plantuml/plantuml-server
    "plantuml_server": "http://www.plantuml.com/plantuml/",

    // The full path to the plantuml.jar file
    "jar_file": "C:/Users/plantuml.jar",

Overview

This is a plugin that renders diagrams from your selection in Sublime Text 2 or 3.

By default, a command on the Command Palette (Press Ctrl+Shift+P then type PlantUmlDiagrams). Simple select the text for your diagram and trigger the command. Multiselections are allowed. Each diagram will be generated in a uniquely named file.

You can create a key bind on your user settings by going on the menu Preferences -> Key Bindings, then using the following configuration:

[
    {"keys": ["alt+m"], "command": "display_diagrams"}
]

If a diagram handler recognizes a diagram in the selection, it will render it and pop it up in a detected viewer. Files are rendered into the same directory as the source file as Portable Network Graphic files. They will be automatically overwritten, but not removed.

If you wish to override the viewer used, disable start-time sanity checks, or change the default character set for diagram files, create a user version of PlantUmlDiagrams.sublime-settings file in the usual way.

Install

To install from scratch, it's necessary to have:

  • Java (download from java.sun.com)
  • Graphviz (I recommend “homebrew” on the Mac)
  • Sublime Text 2 or 3

To install, just put a checkout of this project into your Packages directory in Sublime Text.

  • You may already have a PlantUML server in your team, find the server address, like: http://192.168.1.100:8080/plantuml.

  • If don't have one, you can set up on you own (follow the instructions). Find the server address, like: http://localhost:8080/plantuml, or http://192.168.1.100:8080/plantuml which is ready for sharing to your team.

  • Open user setting, and configure like:

"plantuml.server": "http://192.168.1.100:8080/plantuml",

Support

Operating Systems: MacOS X, Linux, Windows (with default system viewer) Diagram Types: PlantUML Viewers (in order of preference):

  • MacOS X Preview
  • MacOS X QuickLook
  • Eye of Gnome

Patches to support additional viewers or diagrams are welcome.

See also: 1. http://plantuml.com/sitemap-language-specification 1. https://github.com/qjebbs/vscode-plantuml 1. https://github.com/plantuml/plantuml-server

Example Results

Component Diagram 1

component1

Component Diagram 2

component2

State Diagram

state1

Thanks

Special thanks to all of those who have contributed code and feedback, including:

  • Tobias Bielohlawek (Syntax Highlighting Support)
  • Julian Godesa (UX Feedback)
  • Seán Labastille (Preview Support, Multi-Diagram Support)
  • Kirk Strauser (Python 3 / SublimeText 3 Support)
  • Stanislav Vitko (PlantUML Updates)
  • Constantine ? (Windows Viewer, Charset Support, Image Size Tweaks, Output Selection Support, Various Other Fixes)
  • Marcelo Da Cruz Pinto (Windows Viewer)
  • Peter Ertel (PEP8 Cleanup, Windows Improvements)
  • Juan Cabrera (Version Updates)
  • Alexey Shashev (ST3 Plugin Loading Fixes)
  • Riley Wood (PlantUML Updates)
  • Ben Hardill (ST3 Native PNG Viewer)
  • Maksim Chartkou (File Naming Stability Improvements)
  • Timothy Zhang (File Include Support)
  • Way Wang (Python 3 Correctness Patch)

Reverse Engineering

You can use the pyreverse plugin from the pylint module to generate class diagrams from the code.

pip install pylint
pyreverse -o png -p DiagramName python_module_name
  1. https://www.pylint.org/
  2. https://www.logilab.org/blogentry/6883
  3. https://pythonhosted.org/theape/documentation/developer/explorations/explore_graphs/explore_pyreverse.html