Epsilon Flock

Epsilon Version 0.8.9 for EMF Models

Jessica Thornsby

New task-specific programming language with the latest release of Epsilon!

Version 0.8.9 of Epsilon is now available.

Epsilon is a set of interoperable task-specific programming
languages which interact with EMF models to perform Model Driven
Engineering tasks such as code generation, model-to-model
transformation and merging.

This version introduces a new model-to-model transformation
language, Epsilon Flock. Epsilon Flock is tailored for
migrating models following changes to their metamodels. With
Epsilon Flock, migration rules are scoped to a single type, and two
built-in variables- (original and migrated – are used to access old
and new Persons. With Flock, developers can also change the type
and delete model elements. The Epsilon team currently plan to
develop the language in future versions of Epsilon.

More information on Epsilon Flock, is available at the
project wiki.

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