QVTo was developed by Borland and has been useable and stable for a
couple of years.
Since Borland's demise, QVTo has had limited maintenance; sufficient to
keep it in the Eclipse release train.
There are a number of parties with significant interest in QVTo so
expect observable development to pick up again in a year or so, possibly
after a minor internal API hiccough to align with and exploit Xtext and
the automated tooling for the revised UML-aligned implementation of OCL.
Today, if you like QVTo; great. If you have a problem; it's Open Source;
you can fix it or discuss the problem with others.
Contact me if you are interested in participating actively.
On 03/05/2012 16:23, Tex Iano wrote:
> And can I do model to model transformations with QVTo? Is it ready for
> production use or still in early test phases?
> I want to transform my model to UML. Here I have the Eclipse UML2. Can
> I use QVTo for this?