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Re: [emft-dev] Status of Emfatic

Epsilon actually lists Emfatic as a dependency. This is what actually lead me here. Unfortunately, Epsilon's download/install page requires that the user connect to an external third-party p2 repository to get the Emfatic bits.

I'm going to build a script that will help identify potentially-dead projects. From that, I can help the Modeling PMC identify the dead projects and assist with the clean up.


On 12/17/2011 04:39 AM, Ed Merks wrote:

It's dead.  There are quite a few more dead EMFT projects.  They all need to be cleaned up, but there's quite a bit of process around that. (Xcore will replace it.  The Epsilon folks have a replacement as well.)

More pressing problems are things like QVTo on which GMF Tooling depends, but all the committers seem to have gone AWOL.  Also concerning is that all Ecore Tools committers, other than me, seem to have gone AWOL as well.  I've called a vote there and warned them that I'll decommitterize anyone who doesn't vote.  I assume I have the authority and the EMO's backing to do that?


On 16/12/2011 10:26 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
AFAICT, Emfatic has been around for four years.

There are no downloads and there hasn't been a single review of any kind. No project metadata has been specified, so determining whether or not there has been any commit activity is difficult (not impossible, I just like looking at the graphs).

What is the status of the project?

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