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EMF-IncQuery migration is complete [message #1015910] Mon, 04 March 2013 09:02
Istvan Rath is currently offline Istvan RathFriend
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Registered: July 2009
The EMF-IncQuery project has finally reached a very important milestone:
I'm very happy to report that our migration to is now
complete! It has taken quite a bit of time (a bit more than I
anticipated, to be honest) but hopefully this is much more like a (new)
beginning as we are looking forward to a much wider audience through than ever before.

I invite you to take a look at our websites at and

EMF-IncQuery itself has gone through a major overhaul since the last
time you might have seen it (including a complete re-design of the
development tools which are now built on Xtext, and the introduction of
new integration APIs such as Data binding, Validation and Query-based
derived features with notifications). In addition, we have invested a
lot of time and energy into the websites with the goal of making
EMF-IncQuery accessible to everyone by writing a considerable amount of
documentation, tutorials and examples to help people get started.

Speaking of work in progress: the EMF-IncQuery project is in a big need
of end-user feedback, ideas for improvement and of course new
contributors and committers. If you or any one of your associates would
be interested in helping us out, please spread the word! We are grateful
for any input regarding where the project should go. You can take a look
at our current development agenda at

Thanks and best regards,
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