|Re: Challenge with using Papyrus Model Merge [message #1745815 is a reply to message #1745698]
||Mon, 17 October 2016 20:10
|| Philip Langer
Registered: March 2015
Location: Vienna, Austria
no, the archives files for Windows and Linux should have different names.
You can grab the official Papyrus versions from the Papyrus download page. The files should be named papyrus-neon-2.0.1-win64.zip, papyrus-neon-2.0.1-linux64.tar.gz, etc., depending on the platform you select there (Win32, Win64, Linux32, Linux 64, Mac64).
Once you have extracted the downloaded archive and ran papyrus.exe (or papyrus on Linux), you have go to "Help" -> "Install New Software", click the button "Add" to add a new update-site. In the dialog that appears after clicking "Add", you have to provide an arbitrary name and the update-site URL. Once, you click "OK", the update-site is resolved and the installable features are listed. For simplicity, you can select all available features from the following two update sites (see also Eclipse help on installing new features):
or if you want the nightly builds (newest, but less stable):
Once you have installed the additional features, make sure you set the preferences according to collaborative-modeling.org (section Documentation and Notes).
However, depending on what you need in Papyrus, I'd recommend to try Papyrus for Information modeling, if you only need class diagrams. You can download this product right from the Papyrus-IM wiki page and it will already contain the correctly configured collaborative modeling features alongside several user interface improvements.
I hope this helps! Let us know if you have more questions.
Thanks and best wishes,
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