You'll need to clone the repo, import the projects in your workspace and then run it from source ( is not directly related to EMG but may help). In general, EMG works like all other Epsilon languages: you need to write a .emg program , create a run configuration, add models and execute.
Horacio Hoyos Messages: 186 Registered: October 2009 Location: UK
I have forked the EMG repository mentioned by Dimitris to fix some minor bugs and extend the functionality (basically add support for more random generation methods and to pick elements from collections). Sadly I have not a detailed list of changes and additions so you will need to look a bit into the code to see what has been made available.