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 EMF Refactor

EMF Refactor is an Eclipse open source component to provide extensible tool support for generating and applying refactorings of EMF based models, e.g. UML EMF models. EMF Refactor comprises

  • a Refactoring Generation Module for specifying EMF model refactorings using several model transformation approaches,
  • a Structured Suite of predefined EMF model refactorings, and
  • a Refactoring Application Module for applying EMF model refactorings in a uniform and user-friendly way.

EMF Henshin

EMF Henshin provides an in-place model transformation language for the Eclipse Modeling Framework. The framework supports direct transformations of EMF model instances (endogenous transformations), as well as generating instances of a target language from given instances of a source language (exogenous transformations). The main language features are:

  • Support for endogenous as well as exogenous transformations
  • Natural treatment and efficient in-place execution of endogenous transformations
  • Graphical syntax
  • Support for static analysis of transformations

Composite EMF Models and CompoHenshin

Composite EMF Models is a component-oriented extension for the Eclipse Modeling Framework. Its purpose is to facilitate the development of interconnected models. CompoHenshin is a transformation language and tool suite for the transformation of Composite EMF Models.

Splittr

Splittr allows to split a large EMF model into a set of sub-models based on textual descriptions of these sub-models. The tool comprises a textual editor for assembling the descriptions and a visual editor for reviewing and post-processing the automatically generated splitting suggestion.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 16.05.2014 · struebed

 
 
 
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