From the webpage:
DRAKON is a visual language for specifications from the Russian space program. DRAKON is used for capturing requirements and building software that controls spacecraft.
The rules of DRAKON are optimized to ensure easy understanding by human beings.
DRAKON is gaining popularity in other areas beyond software, such as medical textbooks. The purpose of DRAKON is to represent any knowledge that explains how to accomplish a goal.
DRAKON Editor is a free tool for authoring DRAKON flowcharts. It also supports sequence diagrams, entity-relationship and class diagrams.
With DRAKON Editor, you can quickly draw diagrams for:
- software requirements and specifications;
- documenting existing software systems;
- business processes;
- procedures and rules;
- any other information that tells “how to do something”.
DRAKON Editor runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.
The user interface of DRAKON Editor is extremely simple and straightforward.
I note with amusement that the DRAKON editor has no “save” button. Rest easy! DRAKON saves all input automatically, removing the need for a “save” button. About time!
I am in the middle of an upgrade so look for sample images next week.