|Re: What is the relationship between Sirius UML Designer and Papyrus? [message #1773501 is a reply to message #1773489]
||Thu, 28 September 2017 15:48
| Camille Letavernier
Registered: February 2011
Both projects are unrelated (Although they use some common libraries, and fill some similar needs).
Historically, Papyrus started as a standard UML Graphical Modeler, and later added some UML-based customization support. Sirius started as a customizable EMF-based graphical model editor, and later provided a UML implementation (UML Designer).
Both (Sirius and Papyrus) are based on GMF Diagram/Runtime, and both (UML Designer and Papyrus) manipulate Eclipse UML (semantic) models. The serialization of diagrams is based on GMF Notation in both cases, but Notation is a generic model, so Sirius/UML Designer and Papyrus cannot share their Diagrams (At least not without a transformation, which would probably not be trivial).
There are many more differences in the set of features and philosophy of both tools, but I think that's not the point here :)
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