[unrev-II] Cohesion--Advanced Modeling and Development Environment

From: Jack Park (jackpark@thinkalong.com)
Date: Sat Sep 29 2001 - 18:07:33 PDT

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    http://cohesion.it.swin.edu.au/cohesion.shtml

    Originally a student project. Now, BSD-like license. Java. Source code
    download is a 6mb cvs dump.

    What is Cohesion?
    Cohesion, V1.0, is a distributed, concurrent user, Semantic Modeler. This
    tool is essential to any software development company who wishes to
    increase their efficiency in designing and developing software. Cohesion
    has been designed and developed by our talented application engineers, led
    by Tristan Austin, for software engineers. As a result we are confident
    that it has the features and power that your development team needs and
    desires.

    Check out our feature list below.
    Features :
    Create your own Modelling Language or use one of Cohesion's
    pre-defined ones, i.e. OML
    Completely extensible. Create your own plug-ins to Cohesion quickly
    and easily
    File Repository with Conflict Detection
    Concurrent user support
    Client-server based
    Instant Messaging and E-Mail capabilities
    Secure user/password system
    Secure encryption for communication between client and server.
    Many more features

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