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In StarUML, how can I model a Perl class which uses :: in its name? It doesn't allow :: in the class name, reporting:

Element name cannot contain "::"

Is there a way to work around this limitation?

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You can't. Use Dia with UML sample and it should give you the best flexibility. – Anirudh Ramanathan Aug 9 '13 at 4:18

Does it accept '? Perl still supports it as equivalent to ::.

use Acme'Lingua'Pirate'Perl;
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