This is the Windows app named Msc-generator whose latest release can be downloaded as Msc-generator-v7.2.msi. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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NOTE! We have moved to https://gitlab.com/msc-generator/msc-generator All development happens there. Also, download new releases & submit issues there.
A tool to draw various charts from textual descriptions. Currently, three types of charts are supported: Message Sequence Charts, generic Graphs, and Block Diagrams, with more to be added in the future. There is a command-line version for Linux and Mac (replacing mscgen), which now sports a GUI, as well.
Msc-generator allows fine control over the appearance and has a rich feature set complete with detailed documentation. On Windows, you can embed the charts in a document or presentation and simply double-click it in Office to edit them. On Linux and the Mac, a command-line version is available, and a GUI, as well.
A .deb package is available starting from Debian Bookworm (currently testing) and Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish (22.04) from the official repositories. For older releases see the Wiki. A Mac homebrew package is available.
- Integrated with Office on Windows - double click an embedded chart to edit.
- Linux and Mac GUI to work with charts easily. (NEW in 7.0)
- Built-in editor with color syntax highlighting, smart-ident, auto-suggest and auto-complete.
- Debian and Homebrew packages, use apt (Debian Linux) or brew (Mac) to install, GUI included.
- Signalling charts: A rich syntax to describe arrows, boxes, comments and more.
- Graphviz: Full support for graphs via the DOT language. Collapse/expand subgraphs, use styles and many other extensions.
- Block Diagrams: Automatic layout and arrow routing
- Doxygen, Sphinx, Msctexen integration via full compatibility with mscgen.
- Full international support with UTF-8 and Windows Unicode files.
- Export in PNG, PDF, SVG, EMF and EPS formats.
- Embed chart text in PNG pictures.
Telecommunications Industry, Architects
Win32 (MS Windows), Command-line, SDL
C++, Yacc, Flex
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