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Eclipse Epsilon 0.9.1 released

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.

Hartmut Schlosser

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