|Re: New Proposal: EMF Components [message #1049918 is a reply to message #1046995]
||Fri, 26 April 2013 12:53
|| Lorenzo Bettini
Registered: July 2009
Location: Firenze, Italy
On 04/22/2013 06:50 PM, Daniel Golesny wrote:|
> Is the Google-Group still active for discussions?
> Or is it better to ask all here in this one thread?
the google group is still active; if you have technical questions
probably it's better to ask there, but I guess it's also alright to use
this thread (from what I see in the other threads in this group)
especially if it can help discussing some stuff before the actual first
release as the new project. I just noted your posts in the google
group; sorry for not answering, I haven't received the notification, and
I'll do that right now.
by the way, as you can see in the bug for proposal,
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=400609 , we decided to go
for a new name for the project, EMF Parsley
Lorenzo Bettini, PhD in Computer Science, DI, Univ. Torino
|Re: New Proposal: Emf Parsley ( was: EMF Components) [message #1059296 is a reply to message #1016246]
||Thu, 16 May 2013 10:08
| Francesco Guidieri
Registered: November 2012
2 big news for this project!
1) We are proud to announce that the Project Creation Review was
successful. Now we are approaching the provisioning phase.
2) The project name has changed in Emf Parsley.
So here the new link to proposal page:
Note for the users: all sources will be updated with the prefix
org.eclipse.emf.parsley.* and will be available asap!
So... stay tuned!
Emf Parsley team
Il 05/03/2013 16:52, Francesco Guidieri ha scritto:
> The EMF Components project is in the proposal phase now:
> The main goal of EMF Components is to provide a framework to easily
> develop UI components, based on EMF meta-model informations.
> The framework hides most of the complexity of building UI parts and
> provides a set of components ready to use (including trees, tables and
> forms, and view and editor parts). To customize existing components the
> framework relies on Dependency Injection (Google Guice).
> EMF Components also comes with a DSL (implemented in Xtext) for making
> the use of our framework easier.
> The current implementation is on Eclipse Lab, with a draft documentation
> wich includes a first tutorial:
> Please use this forum topic if you have any questions or feedback on
> this project proposal.
> Best regards,
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