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MOFScript and the M2T project [message #2339] Tue, 28 November 2006 09:36 Go to next message
Jon Oldevik is currently offline Jon OldevikFriend
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As a committer of the MOFScript model to text tool, I welome the M2T
initiative and hope that I and the MOFScript development team can contribute
to the project. As a co-submitter (supporter) of the MOF2Text OMG standard,
we would like to see this technology as one of the core components in M2T,
and are happy to see that Compuware will contribute their MOF2Text
implementation to Eclipse M2T. We are furthermore planning to support the
standard within the MOFScript tool.

Related to the point in the M2T proposal on traceability between generated
models and text - we see this as a very important aspect in M2T and we are
currently working on a solution in our tool to support traceability. There
should probably be a common effort on this within the M2T aiming for a
Traceability as a core technology that can be shared across tools. One part
of this is a standard traceability model. Traceability in M2T should also
take into account integration with M2M traceability in order to support full
lifecycle traceability in model-driven development.

Best regards,
Jon Oldevik

Research Scientist
SINTEF
Norway
Re: MOFScript and the M2T project [message #2369 is a reply to message #2339] Thu, 30 November 2006 14:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: carrasco.ModelDrivenDevelopment.co.uk

Jon,
We are using MOFScript, and are supportive of the OMG
Re: MOFScript and the M2T project [message #2399 is a reply to message #2339] Sun, 03 December 2006 18:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: bezivin.univ-nantes.fr

It is particularly rewarding to see that ideas and tools that have matured
under the GMT umbrella like MOFScript and openArchitectureWare
are now ready for prime time and are going to contribute to this important
M2T
more industrially finalized project.

I wish a good success to the M2T initiative that correspnds to an urgent
need
of the community.

As a research incubator project, GMT has played its role here.
The new components that are now being integrated in GMT
will use the more mature Eclipse Modeling Projects like M2T.

The point Jon mentioned about model traceability may be an interesting
subject for future research investigation and prototype building.

Best Regards,

Jean Bezivin
GMT Project Lead

"Jon Oldevik" <jon.oldevik@sintef.no> a
M2T, MOFScript and AndroMDA [message #5035 is a reply to message #2339] Sun, 18 March 2007 23:20 Go to previous message
Matthias Bohlen is currently offline Matthias BohlenFriend
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On 2006-11-28 10:36:30 +0100, "Jon Oldevik" <jon.oldevik@sintef.no> said:

> As a committer of the MOFScript model to text tool, I welome the M2T
> initiative and hope that I and the MOFScript development team can
> contribute to the project. As a co-submitter (supporter) of the
> MOF2Text OMG standard, we would like to see this technology as one of
> the core components in M2T, and are happy to see that Compuware will
> contribute their MOF2Text implementation to Eclipse M2T. We are
> furthermore planning to support the standard within the MOFScript tool.

Hi Jon,

thanks for MOFScript - it's a fantastic tool. We use it now in the new
4.0 release of AndroMDA (see www.andromda.org). Especially the
metamodel-aware editor plug-in for Eclipse makes it easy to create
MOFScript scripts.

As the founder of AndroMDA, I also welcome the M2T initiative which is
very valuable to the MDSD community.

Let's keep up the good work!
Matthias Bohlen
Founder/architect/committer, andromda.org
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