Microsoft Visio is such a tool on the Windows side. It there something that you might use to assist in organizing your 7000+ lines of code projects?
Visio is such a tool, but a poor one. OmniGraffle is the standard Mac replacement for Visio. There are much more powerful tools for software modeling, but most of them are junk and Windows-only. A project with 7000 lines is just at that odd place where it is getting too big to manage but still way too small to really justify a professional too. There are a number of Mac UML tools, but most of them are junk. No good answer for you.
Message was edited by: etresoft to clarify that Visio is very good at what it does. OmniGraffle is also highly recommended. Both are just diagramming tools and not real UML modelling tools. I have searched in vain for many years for a decent UML too on any platform.