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Why is DSML included in Papyrus Neon by default? [message #1735162] Thu, 16 June 2016 03:42 Go to next message
Ri Fr is currently offline Ri FrFriend
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I was really pleased that Neon release followed my recommendation to remove SysML from the default install and the menus (relevant thread here:

However today I fired up Neon and now there is a menu to create DSML (BMM) project. So it looks like we just substituted SysML with DSML.

I think the strength of Papyrus is to be a 100% UML 2.5 compliant tool, no less and (equally important) no more.

I suggest to have all defaults (including module install) to just UML and then users that want to add SysML, DSML or other "ML"s can add modules as they wish. Just my 2c.
Re: Why is DSML included in Papyrus Neon by default? [message #1735182 is a reply to message #1735162] Thu, 16 June 2016 07:39 Go to previous message
Benoit Maggi is currently offline Benoit MaggiFriend
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You shouldn't have any DSML when installing Papyrus Neon.
What steps did you followed to install your product?
I don't have BMM in my installation.
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