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  • Save the date! Posted Dec 12, 2014 | Permalink

    INVITATION BUSINESS BREAKFAST CEA TECH (WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF ERICSSON)

    Your system design needs modeling: Papyrus, the MDE open-source cutting-edge solution

    • Thursday, January 29th 2015, at hotel Napoleon Paris

    If you cannot come to Paris, we invite you to join a web-conference on the same subject Friday, January 30th 2015 at 10 am

    Why participate?

    • You will understand the strategic value of Papyrus modeling tool
    • You will understand how to leverage both standard modeling languages (e.g., UML and SysML) and domain-specific modeling languages.
    • You will listen and exchange around the feedback from the company ERICSSON
    Send us an email to register (dils -at- cea.fr)

  • Papyrus 1.0.0 Released Posted Jun 25, 2014 | Permalink

    The Eclipse Papyrus 1.0.0 release is now available! For a short listing of the new features available in this release, check the release plan. You can easily install Papyrus from Luna packages, and you can still download Papyrus builds manually.

  • Papyrus team at the Eclipse Conference Europe 2013! Posted Oct 30, 2013 | Permalink

    You can meet some of the guys involved in the Papyrus project at the Booth #13 at the Eclipse conference Europe 2013, in Ludwigsburg.

    You can also attend on Thursday to the talk on the first industrial success for Papyrus: Scade System from Esterel Technologies (an ANSYS group company).

  • Papyrus 0.10.1 Released! Posted Sep 28, 2013 | Permalink

    The Eclipse Papyrus 0.10.1 release is now available! For a short listing of the bugs fixed in this service release , check out the 0.10.1 bug fixes. You can easily install Papyrus from Kepler packages, and you can still download Papyrus builds manually.

  • Papyrus 0.10.0 Released! Posted Jun 27, 2013 | Permalink

    The Eclipse Papyrus 0.10.0 release is now available! For a short listing of what's new in this release, check out the New and Noteworthy. You can easily install Papyrus from Kepler packages, and you can still download Papyrus builds manually.