|Parts of this article (those related to features, project goal, and history) are outdated. (January 2015)|
|Stable release||v2.7.0 / April 20, 2016|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Mac, Linux|
|License||Proprietary commercial software (formerly GNU GPL)|
After being abandoned for some time, the project had a revival to move from Delphi to Java/Eclipse and then stopped again. In 2014, a rewritten version was released as proprietary software. However, the open source version's community is still active and 
StarUML supports most of the diagram types specified in UML 2.0. It is currently missing object, package, timing and interaction overview diagrams (though the first two can be adequately modeled through the class diagram editor).
StarUML was written in Delphi, which is one of the reasons why it was abandoned for a long time. Since December 2005 StarUML was not updated anymore, although some external modules were updated
Currently the newest version of StarUML by the original authors is available for download under the handle "StarUML 2". The public beta is available, although not under the GPL license. Final price and new license type yet remains unknown. This version has been completely rewritten from scratch and includes among many features: support for extensions, OS X compatibility and a new graphical user interface.
StarUML 2.0 uses its own file format, with the .mdj extension.
Can import files from StarUML 1.0 using format .uml. Also can import a fragment from a .mfj file.
|Stable release||v5.7.4 / May 16, 2016|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows|
|License||GNU GPL v2|
At the end of 2011 StarUML was forked. Under the name WhiteStarUML it is now actively developed in Object Pascal. WhiteStarUML is based on the last version of StarUML (5.0) and started with that version number.
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