|Re: Which Version of the spec is supported? [message #63799 is a reply to message #63708]
||Thu, 30 October 2008 13:02
Originally posted by: cdamus.zeligsoft.com|
Pretty much all of the OCL documentation is actually bundled in the SDK.
You're right, there is little else (Javadocs on the MDT website and
the MDT OCL Wiki).
MDT OCL implements OCL 2.0 with some quirks. Some of these are various
developers' own interpretations of incompletely specified bits of OCL,
and others are API lock-in from interim drafts of the OCL 2.0 spec. The
basis of the OCL API was developed to a great extent during the rather
lengthy finalization phase of the spec (it took something like 3 years
to finalize, with a number of interim drafts).
The good news is that the OCL 2.1 RTF looks like it will complete a
fairly significant revision for the March OMG meeting (keep your fingers
Matthew Watson wrote:
> Apologies if this should be obvious...
> I'm wondering which version of the OMG spec
> ( http://www.omg.org/technology/documents/modeling_spec_catalo g.htm#OCL)
> the different versions of the OCL impl correspond to?
> Which version of the spec should I be reading?
> Also, is there anywhere I should have looked to find this information?
> There seem to be numerous pages in the eclipsphere about OCL but all
> with build info etc, and very little actual doco!
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