|Tigerstripe 0.3M1 - available for download [message #562926]
||Tue, 06 May 2008 23:12
| Eric Dillon
Registered: July 2009
Tigerstripe 0.3-Milestone1 is now available for download from
The highlights of this milestone are:
* Split of the Workbench into a ³base² framework and an end-user feature.
While this has virtually no impact on the End-user modeling environment, it
enables to build on top of the Tigerstripe Core (model manager, generation
engine, scoping logic, etc...). This is the first true step in becoming a
proper framework in addition to providing an end-user MDE environment.
* Rework of the UML Import-Export: while this iteration needs a bit of
polishing, our goal was to provide an extensible UML Import/Export mechanism
into the Tigerstripe framework. For example, we have defined multiple
extension points so you can plug-in your own import/export mapping logic.
* Annotation Framework (integrated in Tigerstripe): define complex
annotations to decorate a model or any resource in your Eclipse Workspace
Annotations are defined through an EMF .ecore and registered through a set
of specific extension points. More details can be found on our wiki at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/Tigerstripe_APIs (See A-API at the bottom of the
This milestone also addresses a number of bug fixes. A complete list can be
found with the details of this build on the download page.
If you haven¹t tried Tigerstripe Workbench yet, the easiest way to get
started is to download the End-user Bundle
(bundle-tigerstripe-workbench-0.3M1_incubation.zip) and unzip it on top of
an Eclipse 3.3.x instance. A few tutorials and get-started pages are
available from our Wiki.
The next milestone is going to focus on hardening the UML Import/Export and
rework the back model management to use EMF natively.
More details can be found at http://wiki.eclipse.org/Tigerstripe_0.3_stream
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