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Re: [e4-dev] Naming convention question

In an RCP context, I would say application model makes sense. The term "Workbench" has tooling connotations so doesn't make sense to me when describing a general RCP application. We have been specifically working on a modeled implementation of our Eclipse platform workbench, but that is just one of many possible applications you can build with Eclipse 4. So maybe one way to compare the terms it is that the modeled workbench is one particular example of an Eclipse 4 application model. Maybe I'm just making it even more confusing ;)


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Re: [e4-dev] Naming convention question

No opinion? In this case I select option 2.)

2012/1/27 Lars Vogel <lars.vogel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I would like to have a consistent naming for my Eclipse 4 tutorial (and upcoming book). Therefore I would like to know if  how we would like to call the model for Eclipse 4:

1.) The modeled workbench
2.) The application model

I personally like the the second term. I believe the project started with 1.) but I think workbench is a technical term and I would prefer to see 2.) in usage.

Any opinions?

Best regards, Lars

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