Can you please give us more details on how you are trying to use emf compare or where are you stuck ? I have used emf compare 1.2 in standalone mode and maybe I can help if I know more about your problem.
Thanks for you reply, "standalone mode" means that I want run EMF Compare with classes java (e.g. http://wiki.eclipse.org/EMF_Compare/FAQ#How_can_I_use_EMF_Compare_programmatically.3F ). I want run EMF Compare in eclipse but with pluggin of EMF Compare. My objetive is extend and overwrite the classes java of EMF Compare to add metrics in the comparison result in basis the research of my final work of Master named "Model Comparison". Nowadays, the example above is run with the plugins:
I have been studying the code java of the EMF Compare for add metrics in the comparison result. Can you help me with information on the subject ?
You have not explained what you are trying to do, and how you do not manage to do it.
Judging by the list of plugins in your last post, you either have too many or too little. If your target models are UML models, you will have to look into how to load UML models in a standalone environment. You will also need to setup the UML comparison support (org.eclipse.emf.compare.uml* plugins) if you wish for the best results. Then again, UML uses UUIDs, so there is no meaning in using metrics to match the models together; so I guess the metrics you wish to "add in the comparison results" are kind of a report about the differences found? If so, you might want to look into Model-to-Text technologies such as Acceleo to generate the report from the comparison result model.