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New proposal: Model-to-Model Transformation (M2M) [message #377230] Fri, 07 July 2006 09:15 Go to next message
Peter Braker is currently offline Peter BrakerFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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The first proposed project under the new top-level Eclipse Modeling Project
is the Model-to-Model Transformation project.
Its scope is to provide a framework for model-to-model transformation
languages and exemplary implementations of those.

M2M's first aim is to provide an implementation of the new OMG standard
QVTcore language, of which the definition is being finalized by the OMG.
This will provide a base for e.g. a QVTrelation implementation.

We very much welcome additional contributions to this project.

-Peter Braker, Compuware OptimalJ Lab, Amsterdam.

M2M project proposal page: http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/m2m/
M2M newsgroup: news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.modeling.m2m
Re: New proposal: Model-to-Model Transformation (M2M) [message #377232 is a reply to message #377230] Fri, 07 July 2006 09:54 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Thanks to Peter and Compuware for proposing this important addition to the
Modeling project. We expect there will be a lot of interest in this
technology from the community.

With that, Borland is committed to contributing resources the new M2M
project and look forward to helping build its community.

Best Regards,
Rich


On 7/7/06 11:15 AM, in article newscache$qk012j$bjk1$1@news.emea.cpwr.corp,
"Peter Braker" <peter.braker@nl.compuware.com> wrote:

> The first proposed project under the new top-level Eclipse Modeling Project
> is the Model-to-Model Transformation project.
> Its scope is to provide a framework for model-to-model transformation
> languages and exemplary implementations of those.
>
> M2M's first aim is to provide an implementation of the new OMG standard
> QVTcore language, of which the definition is being finalized by the OMG.
> This will provide a base for e.g. a QVTrelation implementation.
>
> We very much welcome additional contributions to this project.
>
> -Peter Braker, Compuware OptimalJ Lab, Amsterdam.
>
> M2M project proposal page: http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/m2m/
> M2M newsgroup: news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.modeling.m2m
>
>
Re: New proposal: Model-to-Model Transformation (M2M) [message #578300 is a reply to message #377230] Fri, 07 July 2006 09:54 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Thanks to Peter and Compuware for proposing this important addition to the
Modeling project. We expect there will be a lot of interest in this
technology from the community.

With that, Borland is committed to contributing resources the new M2M
project and look forward to helping build its community.

Best Regards,
Rich


On 7/7/06 11:15 AM, in article newscache$qk012j$bjk1$1@news.emea.cpwr.corp,
"Peter Braker" <peter.braker@nl.compuware.com> wrote:

> The first proposed project under the new top-level Eclipse Modeling Project
> is the Model-to-Model Transformation project.
> Its scope is to provide a framework for model-to-model transformation
> languages and exemplary implementations of those.
>
> M2M's first aim is to provide an implementation of the new OMG standard
> QVTcore language, of which the definition is being finalized by the OMG.
> This will provide a base for e.g. a QVTrelation implementation.
>
> We very much welcome additional contributions to this project.
>
> -Peter Braker, Compuware OptimalJ Lab, Amsterdam.
>
> M2M project proposal page: http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/m2m/
> M2M newsgroup: news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.modeling.m2m
>
>
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