|Re: Cannot install experimental features of Sirius 6.0 in Photon [message #1792103 is a reply to message #1792101]
||Wed, 11 July 2018 13:34
|| Pierre-Charles David
Registered: July 2009
I'm using Sirius for my tool implementation and very thankful to all the staffs of Sirius.
I'm very happy to hear the news that Sirius has plan for cloud web applications.
Thanks, glad to hear that. If you have specific use cases/deployment scenarios for a cloud-based Sirius, we'd be very glad to hear about them to help prioritizing the many possible features. Don't hesitate to comment here or drop me a mail if you prefer to discuss in private.
To utilize the new feature, I downloaded the Sirius 6.0 in Photon, but I couldn't install experimental feature such as server and workflow.
Is this my computer's problem or because of under preparation?
I'd like to use it.
So could someone tell me about this problem?
If you've tried to find them directly in the official Photon repository, it's normal, they are not contributed in that repo (official SimRel repos can not contain experimental features). They are only available from Sirius's own repository at http://download.eclipse.org/sirius/updates/releases/6.0.0/oxygen
If you've already tried that and it did not work, can you give details about the exact steps you followed and the errors you had?
I wonder when you are planning to official release for them.
The current plan is for the Workflow DSL to be officially released with Sirius 6.1, planned for this October. For the server part, it's a long term effort and is driven by concrete use cases. In 6.1 it should contain enough to drive the Workflow DSL and a first version of web-based diagrams (the exact scope for these is not completely fixed yet). After that, the scope of what the server is capable will progressively expand to include more and more as we increase the capabilities of the web-based diagrams. I can't give you a more precise timeline as it depends on many parameters. Obviously it will go faster if people are ready to help, with feedback about concrete use cases or sponsoring of particular features that they need.
Mélanie's latest blog has a "What's Next" section that gives a more high-level overview of where we're going.
Pierre-Charles David - Obeo
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