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321. ZCase - An AToM3 definition of a CASE framework for creating Zope products with files in the filesystem. The framework consists of a modelling notation ZProduct and a suit of related transformations.

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  • Topic: CASE, Modeling, Design, Code Generators
  • User Interface: Tk, Plugins
  • Translations: English
  • Programming Language: Python, Zope
  • Operating System: OS Independent (Written in an interpreted language)
  • License: MIT License
  • Intended Audience: Developers, Information Technology
  • Development Status: 4 - Beta

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