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|Re: Anyone developing Professional Software using UML diagrams and Eclipse? [message #1018134 is a reply to message #1017896]
||Wed, 13 March 2013 08:28
| Luis Fernando Robledano-Esteban
Registered: February 2013
Well, you can say I didn't find a way, but not that I didn't study, and that is the reason why I am asking.|
I did follow tutorials: I had to learn to understand EMF/eCore (why should someone designing software care about the mechanisms of core integration?...). Many days checking and pulling the thread to find other topics to read about...
I did try papyrus, and didn't get it working, and still in its very page it said that not all the diagrams are supported.
Ah, now a new term, Topcased -it rings some bell though-... I guess it's a tool over Eclipse/Papyrus which makes transparent things... could be interesting. Let's check:
-"Critical systems Topcased is a software environment primarily dedicated to the realization of critical embedded systems including hardware and/or software." Maybe that is way it rings the bell but I didn't look into it: I am not in embedded systems.
Anyway, thanks and I will take a look, even if it doesn't appear often in google searchs (or wikipedia UML tools) maybe it is true that has many serious -hidden- users.
Looking for "UML Eclipse" in google, nothing about Topcased. Therefore sorry that I didn't check it yet.
BTW in that google search, 5th position, "omondo", and from their main place: "EclipseUML architecture is composed of a live MOF to UML synchronization. Traditional UML Eclipse tools require 4 different stages which add unnecessary complexity. (...) whereas over 3 months would be needed to produce beginner level java code using Eclipse modeling set of open source plugins."
It seems there is someone besides me who found incredibly intricate how UML stuff is managed within Eclipse framework.
Sorry if my comment was not appreciated, but I spoke as a newbie in Eclipse but experienced in UML. I think that should be an interesting point of view for the developers of a technology which aims to incorporate the use UML into Eclipse.
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