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[sirius-dev] [ANN] Sirius 3.1.0

Hi all.

On behalf of the whole team, I'm happy to announce the official availability of the Sirius 3.1.0 release. Congratulations to everyone involved!

== Availability ==

Sirius 3.1.0 is available from the following update sites:

They all correspond to the exact same source code, but built against a different base Eclipse version. We recommended you use the update-site matching the version of Eclipse you use to avoid potential issues at runtime.

IMPORTANT: To enable the support for AQL expressions in VSMs (which is now the recommended query language to use), you will need the latest version of AQL, available from

This version includes the complete JUnit and SWTBot test suites used to validate Sirius. They are published along with all their dependencies in separate update-sites from the core, available at:

If you want to install the feature, which provides APIs to help create automated tests of Sirius-based modelers, you will need to add the following update-site: * SWTBot 2.1.1:

If you want to install and run the test suites themselves, you will also need the following additional update-site: * Sirius Support for Legacy Queries:

It is needed to run the tests which use an old query language (which is now superseded by AQL, the core feature:/var:/service: interpreters, and Acceleo 3/MTL).

Juno users: Sirius depends on more recent versions of some components that what is available by default from a Juno install. You need to add the following update-sites if you want to install Sirius 3.1.0 on Juno: * Orbit:
* Acceleo 3.6:
* EEF 1.5:

== Compatibility ==

Sirius 3.1.0 is compatible with the following versions of Eclipse:
* Eclipse 3.8/4.2 (Juno)
* Eclipse 4.3 (Kepler)
* Eclipse 4.4 (Luna)
* Eclipse 4.5 (Mars)

Eclipse 4.5 (Mars) is the reference platform.

== Changes ==

The complete list of (82) tickets fixed in Sirius 3.1.0 can be found at [1].

The release notes with highlights can be found at [2].

Pierre-Charles David


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