|Re: Supported UML versio in Indigo release [message #693845 is a reply to message #693799]
||Thu, 07 July 2011 09:13
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
When I wrote that the changes are small, I meant that the changes in the
class-defining behaviour that defines UML's own behaviour are small.
Ports and interactions are part of the modelled functionality that might
just work once a UML-2.3.ecore is used to re-build the UML2 models. You
can certainly find a UML-2.4.ecore in the UML 2.4 distributions, and be
moderately confident that it will work; it's what the OMG
representatives did in order to produce it in the first place.
On 07/07/2011 09:26, Timothy Marc wrote:
> well, any change within the UML 2.x series will be small, but in fact
> for UML 2.2 -> 2.3/2.4 there are some very significant changes
> regarding port handling and the definitions of interactions.
> I'd really appreciate a migration/support for at least UML 2.3. That
> would ease my work tremendously.
> "Ed Willink" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> The UML2 project is currently UML 2.2. The model changes for 2.3/2.4 are
> pretty small, so using 2.2 is not a problem.
> There is talk of a UML 2.4 move soon, which should be much simplified by
> the use of Eclipse by the OMG representatives to model UML 2.4.
> Ed Willink
> On 17/06/2011 10:02, stoehm wrote:
>> i have a kind of noob question?
>> what is the actual supported uml version?
>> is it 2.2?
>> thanks for help
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