|sirius and version control of created models [message #1701078]
||Thu, 09 July 2015 08:35
| Neil Mackenzie
Registered: December 2013
I think Sirius is a very good tool for creating models. I am wondering has anyone done any investigation on managing version control of models created from within Sirius. Perhaps this could be done with EMFStore (version control for EMF models) or Git ,maybe EMFCompare could be useful for comparing versions?
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|Re: sirius and version control of created models [message #1701721 is a reply to message #1701301]
||Wed, 15 July 2015 09:01
|| Steve Monnier
Registered: May 2011
Indeed there is a collaborative component for Sirius as presented in a
previous post . There is a free evaluation version if you are
interested in testing it.
Le 10/07/2015 19:04, Neil Mackenzie a écrit :
> Thanks for your response.
> As I understand it Sirius allows you to create modeling tools (for
> creating model instances in a specific domain), and then use those
> modeling tools. Using the modeling tool helps users visually create
> model instances which are stored as XMI files. When using the created
> modelling tool it would be nice if there were some features to assist
> users in collaborating in making the model instances. For example in
> Eclipse Client Platform with EMFstore it is possible when visually
> creating a XMI file to commit, or update, or create a branch from within
> the tool (similar to subversion, but focused on EMF models as opposed to
> It would be a nice feature (although perhaps not easy to do!) if the
> modelling tools created with Sirius could have some feature which helped
> with version control of the created XMI file (such as
> commit\update\compare\show history etc).
> I could be wrong, but it seems to me that the domain specific modeling
> tools created using sirius are focused on the single user (with
> collaboration left to tools outside of the application), whereas some
> features to create domain specific modelling tools which are
> collaborative would be very nice...perhaps people have looked at this
> already or have common ways to deal with collaborating on XMI models
> created with sirius.
> Thanks, Neil
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