|Re: Toolchain for source code generation from UML? [message #558271 is a reply to message #557396]
||Fri, 10 September 2010 17:33
| Yannick Duchene (Hibou57)
Registered: September 2010
Location: Metz (France - Europe)
|Juergen Weber wrote on Tue, 07 September 2010 05:35|
|Hi, I am bit overwhelmed by the many Eclipse modeling projects.|
What would I use to read in an (Enterprise Architect) UML model in XMI format and to generate code from it? What would be the tool chain?
Xpand, Acceleo or JET ?
I would recommend Acceleo, as it is based on MOF M2T (MOF Model to Text) standard language.
Using standard language helps reliability.
Note: TBH, Acceleo make use of non-standard, while still well designed, proprietary extensions.
Here is a link to the standard:
while you may still benefits doing a bit of research using your favorites search-engines.
P.S. If you use Acceleo, be sure to use the latest version 3, as prior version was not conforming to the MOF M2T standard.
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