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MoDisco: a new component under eclipse.modeling.gmt [message #560480] Fri, 03 November 2006 10:35
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Originally posted by: Hugo.Bruneliere.univ-nantes.fr

GMT is now hosting a new component called MoDisco:
http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/modisco/

MoDisco (for Model Discovery) is an Eclipse GMT component for model-driven
reverse engineering. The objective is to allow practical extractions of
models from legacy systems. Because of the widely different nature and
technological heterogeneity of legacy systems, there are several different
ways to extract models from such systems. MoDisco proposes a generic and
extensible metamodel-driven approach to model discovery. A basic framework
and a set of guidelines are provided to the Eclipse contributors to bring
their own solutions to discover models in various kinds of legacy.

Due to the highly diversified nature of the considered legacy, MoDisco is
a collaborative component involving many organizations. Each of them will
bring its own expertise in a given area. A common infrastructure, inspired
by the OMG KDM recommendation, will allow integrating all these
contributions.

As a GMT component, MoDisco will make good use of other GMT components or
solutions available in the Eclipse Modeling Project (EMF, M2M, GMF, TMF,
etc), and more generally of any plugin available in the Eclipse
environment.

If you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to MoDisco,
don't hesitate. A dedicated newsgroup will be created. Want to know more?
See the description page at http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/modisco/about.php

Best regards.

Hugo Brunelière, Jean Bézivin, Mikaël Barbero
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