Software Modeling

Eclipse Epsilon 0.9.1 released

Hartmut Schlosser

The Epsilon project consists of a family of task-specific programming languages ??that can be used for interacting with Eclipse EMF models.

Eclipse Epsilon 0.9.1 has been released. The Epsilon project consists
of a family of task-specific programming languages ​​that can be
used for interacting with Eclipse EMF models, uses for which
include: code generation, model validation, model-to-model
transformation, migration, merging and refactoring. In addition the
project provides various tools, utilities and wizards and an
implementation of the Human Usable Textual
Notation (HUTN)
.

In Epsilon 0.9.1 the core language (EOL) has been revised and
enriched by new literals for build-in Types. The included
unit-testing framework for model operations EUnit has undergone a
complete overhaul, offering a new stand-alone GUI and the ability
to export JUnit-like reports for further work in JUnit tools.

The
New & Noteworthy
provides information on all changes.

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Hartmut Schlosser

Hartmut Schlosser

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Harmut Schlosser is the editor and online coordinator for Software & Support Media’s portals JAXenter.de, Windows Developer and PHP Magazin. He is a specialist in Java Enterprise-Technologies, Eclipse & ALM, Android and Business Technology. Before working at S&S Media he studied Music, Information Studies and French anthropology.
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