Re: [eclipse-dev] A question
You will most likely find better information on the newsgroups for this
project. I suggest that you look at the following three Eclipse subprojects:
EMF, GMT, and XSD. I would expect that one or more of these projects might be
good launching point for your project.
geetanjali bahuguna wrote:
> we have a tool adex(which is a meta modelling tool) and we want to
> integrate th tool using eclipse. we would like to know whether it
> could be done using eclipse plug-ins and if yes how?
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