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I'm trying to install umlet.
I have tried quite a lot of different configurations, but none worked.
Whether trying from the .jar itself (java -jar umlet.jar), whether using it as an eclipse plugin, or even trying wine umlet.exe, it always fails to load.
I think it might be caused by java itself, though I'm not sure.
I have tried both openJDK and the legacy java, but none worked.
java -version returns openJDK 1.6.
From eclipse, the error returned is:
Could not open the editor: The editor class could not be instantiated. This usually indicates a missing no-arg constructor or that the editor's class name was mistyped in plugin.xml.
From java -jar umlet.jar, the error is:
23 | ERROR | com.baselet.control.Main - "Initialization or uncaught outer Exception"
[at ... etc...]
From wine, the error is wine: Install Mono for Windows to run .NET 2.0 applications.
I am looking for any solution that would make that software work.
Well for me it doesn't:
sh umlet.sh gives the same error as java -jar umlet.jar:
27 | ERROR | com.baselet.control.Main - "Initialization or uncaught outer Exception"