|Re: Model instance transformation framework [message #372]
||Thu, 18 September 2008 13:29
| Dimitrios Kolovos
Registered: July 2009
Epsilon does support model transformation and in fact it also provides a
language (superset of the transformation language) that directly
addresses model merging.
Two examples of model transformation and merging using Epsilon are
available in http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/epsilon/doc/examples.php
("Transforming an Object Oriented model into a Relational Database
model" and "Merging two Object Oriented models" respectively).
Please feel free to ask any further questions about Epsilon in the
eclipse.epsilon newsgroup which I've included in this reply.
Christian W. Damus wrote:
> Hi, Christian,
> The Eclipse Modeling Project's M2M sub-project has a number of options
> available for model-to-model transformations, including ATL, QVT, and
> oAW. You might browse their website and Wiki at eclipse.org and follow
> up with questions on their newsgroup (which I have included in this reply).
> Christian Schrder wrote:
>> I'm looking for a framework capable of transforming/merging EMF model
>> So far, I came across the GMT subproject "Epsilon" and the "Tiger" EMF
>> Transformation Project.
>> Epsilon does not seem to support model instance transformations at
>> present but the project description promises "supports model
>> management tasks for any kind of metamodel and model instances" in the
>> As far as the metamodel tool support goes "Tiger" did not make a very
>> reliable impression to me. Does anybody have experience with it's
>> model instance transformation features?
>> Are there any other suitable frameworks I could not find?
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