Updates on UML support?

One of my favorite features in IntelliJ (and of all time in any IDE) is the UML support, specifically the ability to both see the relationships between existing classes as a UML diagram, and to stub out new methods, classes, etc. by updating the UML diagram and having IntelliJ generate the code!

The last time this was discussed on this forum seems to be back in 2012, when it was mentioned that adding this type of feature to AppCode wouldn't be too far off...

I've already voted for the feature request in the issue tracker, and now I'm just curious if there are any updates as to the progress / ETA of this feature.  I'm also curious to know if it will have the same full set of features as are found in the IntelliJ implementation (I hope / assume your features share codebase across IDEs).

Any new or additional info on this would be very appreciated!!

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Sorry, there is still no ETA on this feature.

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Awww.... that's disappointing.  But thanks for the current information.  For the record, I would like to place my +1 vote for more resources on App Code Objective C feature development.  I know there is demand out there for C++ features, which would surely be useful to a number of game development houses and some cross platform apps, but I'm pretty sure the large majority of iOS and OSX development is done in pure Objective C, so they more awesome features we get for that (like UML diagramming and code stubbing), the more useful AppCode would be for its largest potential audience.  I was at a meetup last week where 30 people were discussing the lack of good diagramming integration for Objective C projects, so I think the UML support would be a popular feature.  </rant>

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