QVTc and QVTr use the new Pivot-based OCL with Xtext editors. However
there is no execution capability yet. A prototype QVTc executor may be
available around Kepler time and a prototype QVTr a year later.
QVTo uses the mature Ecore-based OCL with a custom editor. Migration to
the new Pivot-based OCL with Xtext editor is about to start; won't be a
replacement for Kepler; hopefully Kepler+1.
All of them can be used standalone.
On 21/12/2012 23:03, ModelGeek Mising name wrote:
> I am generating Ecore model(enriched with OCL) at run time. I am also
> evaluating and parsing OCL. I am also using delegates to evaluate
> instantiations of Ecore at run time.
> I would like to use QVT and would like to perform all described tasks.
> So my question is that QVT fully supported in latest version as OCL?
> and what about using QVT in standalone application?