|Brand new on Papyrus [message #1690284]
||Thu, 26 March 2015 10:22
| Quentin Carpentier
Registered: March 2015
First of all, I apologize for my English, not my first language...
So, I do for now an internship to end my studies, and I have the following subject :
From the very first requirements of the client, I must give at the end the functionnal analysis of the system.
For that, I chose to use SysML, and when I looked for a free tool, I finally arrived on Papyrus.
So, there are my first questions :
I saw that Papyrus supported the 1.1/1.2 version of SysML but had to be updated with the 1.4... Are there many differences between these versions (of Papyrus, and SysML also because I only once worked on a project with SysML, one year ago, and my knowledge about the language is not very deep...) ? Which one is stable ?
When I worked with SysML, I used IBM Rhapsody, and the organisation of the project was almost made by the software.... So am I a bit lost when I try to organize my project (Which packages should I create, what should I put in it.. etc...) Where could I find some exemples or advices about that ?
I hope that my questions are understandable...
And thanks in advance.
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