Some users have asked for latex/tikz support.

So here is an **beta **version that has "-tlatex" flags in its command line.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13064071/plantuml.jar

We have choosen a simple diagram:

@startuml

class Subscriber {

subscriberId

}

class AccumUsage {

subscriberId

}

class IpSession {

ipAddress

specificData

sapcOriginStateId

apnId

}

Subscriber "1" --> "1..*" IpSession

Subscriber "1" --> "0..1" AccumUsage

@enduml

The goal of this test is to generate a tikz file like this :

https://www.writelatex.com/read/pgkkspzgzgpb

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{tikz}

%

\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}[yscale=-1]

\draw (131pt,29pt) rectangle (223pt,90.8359pt);

\node at (160pt,37.4531pt)[below right]{Subscriber};

\draw (132pt,61pt) -- (222pt,61pt);

\node at (137pt,65pt)[below right]{subscriberId};

\draw (132pt,82.8359pt) -- (222pt,82.8359pt);

\draw (31pt,212pt) rectangle (137pt,273.8359pt);

\node at (60pt,220.4531pt)[below right]{AccumUsage};

\draw (32pt,244pt) -- (136pt,244pt);

\node at (37pt,248pt)[below right]{subscriberId};

\draw (32pt,265.8359pt) -- (136pt,265.8359pt);

\draw (221pt,191pt) rectangle (318pt,294.3438pt);

\node at (254.95pt,199.4531pt)[below right]{IpSession};

\draw (222pt,223pt) -- (317pt,223pt);

\node at (227pt,227pt)[below right]{ipAddress};

\node at (227pt,240.8359pt)[below right]{specificData};

\node at (227pt,254.6719pt)[below right]{sapcOriginStateId};

\node at (227pt,268.5078pt)[below right]{apnId};

\draw (222pt,286.3438pt) -- (317pt,286.3438pt);

\draw (191.942pt,90.081pt) ..controls (205.204pt,115.893pt) and (224.952pt,154.325pt) .. (241.265pt,186.076pt);

\node at (191.0584pt,98.9168pt)[below right]{1};

\node at (230.3817pt,166.6703pt)[below right]{1..*};

\draw (162.058pt,90.081pt) ..controls (145.645pt,122.023pt) and (119.302pt,173.295pt) .. (101.824pt,207.31pt);

\node at (143.0082pt,98.7264pt)[below right]{1};

\node at (101.801pt,187.522pt)[below right]{0..1};

\end{tikzpicture}

\end{document}

Works is still in progress...

See also http://plantuml.sourceforge.net/latex.html