|Re: How to recompile Papyrus [message #1401565 is a reply to message #1401421]
||Tue, 15 July 2014 20:38
| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
I'd recommend using the new Oomph setup model for Papyrus. For now,
you'll have to download the Papyrus setup model separately and install
it locally in your Oomph installer. It should be available
out-of-the-box in the Oomph central catalogue soon, but it isn't there,
Download and run the Oomph installer . Choose an Eclipse package to
base your setup on (I'd suggest the Standard package; in any case, it
must be the Luna version) and on the second page of the wizard, drag
and drop the papyrus.setup file  onto the Eclipse.org node. Now
you'll be able to choose the specific sub-components of Papyrus that
you want to import from Git into your workspace to edit; just expand
Eclipse.org/<User>/Papyrus/Main and add the UML component to your
set-up. The PDE target is taken care of for you, ensuring that it
includes all of the dependencies needed to compile Papyrus.
On 2014-07-15 18:07:59 +0000, Yilong Yang said:
> Papyrus has very good features for UML and Sysml, I wanna make some
> change for supporting new features (such as privacy on UML), then I
> clone Papyrus from Repos, but i found there almost 700 projects here.
> then i try to import all but failures. I suppose not all the projects
> used for Parpus, i just need basic function.
> So I wanna know,
> 1. Which projects are for the UML parts, then I can import to eclipse,
> then compile, run it into a standalone eclipse?
> 2. Which project is the main project to run?
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