The Model Development Tools (MDT) project focuses on big "M" modeling within the Modeling project. Its purpose is twofold:
BPMN2 is an open source component of the Model Development Tools (MDT) subproject to provide a metamodel implementation based on the forthcoming Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0 OMG specification.
IMM is an open source component of the Model Development Tools (MDT) subproject to provide metamodel/profile implementations based on the forthcoming Information Management Metamodel (IMM) OMG specification.
MoDisco provides a framework to develop model-driven tools for software modernization. It aims at supporting use-cases such as Quality Assurance, Documentation, Improvement and Migration.
OCL is an implementation of the Object Constraint Language (OCL) OMG standard for EMF-based models.
Papyrus is a component of the Model Development Tools (MDT) subproject aiming at providing an integrated, user-consumable environment for editing any kind of EMF model and particularly supporting UML and related modeling languages such as SysML and MARTE.
SBVR provides a metamodel implementation and sample tools based on the adopted Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules (SBVR) OMG specification.
UML2 is an EMF-based implementation of the UMLTM 2.x metamodel for the Eclipse platform.
UML2 Tools is a set of GMF-based editors for viewing and editing UML models; it is focused on (eventual) automatic generation of editors for all UML diagram types.
Some components are currently in their Validation (Incubation) Phase.
Oct 8th, 2008 - The EODM component has been terminated; see the Termination Review slides for details.
Oct 8th, 2008 - The OCL Tools component has been terminated; see the Termination Review slides for details.
Oct 1st, 2008 - Check out what's new in the Galileo M2 milestone of the OCL subcompoject.
May 13th, 2008 - A new Papyrus component has been proposed.
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