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Maven, Tycho, Surefire, AspectJ and Equinox Weaving

Andreas Graf

This is a very short technical post. But since it took us some time to find the solution (there is little information on the Web), we wanted to add another possible search hit for others. JUnit tests from within Eclipse … Continue reading →

Xtext, Robots and Quirk Busters in San Francisco

Jan Köhnlein

Spring is around the corner and it is time for another EclipseCon NA.

This year I will be pretty busy: As some of my colleagues unfortunately cannot make it, I took over their sessions, resulting in one talk or tutorial per conference day. And as we decided to bring our XRobots game to our booth, that will likely keep me occupied for the rest of the conference. But I am really looking forward to it!

On Monday morning, Holger and me are giving a tutorial on Xtext for Beginners. [...]

SCT - Seamless Integration with C and Java type systems

Andreas Mülder


Yakindu Statechart Tools is shipped with a powerful expression language to model the reactive behavior of a state machine. It is a statically typed programming language that is familiar to everyone who knows C or Java. It provides all basic expressions  like logical expressions,arithmetic expressions, bitwise arithmetic and bit shifting.
The [...]

Local Copy of an Eclipse P2 Repository

Philipp Hauer

Sometimes you want to create a local (offline) copy of a remote Eclipse p2 repository to achieve independence, stability or simply higher speed. This post discusses approaches to achieve this. How to mirror a p2 Repository? Using Artifact Repositories You can set up your own artifact repository, like Nexus. Support for p2 repository can be added […] The post Local Copy of an Eclipse P2 Repository appeared first on Philipp Hauer's Blog.

Why to use an empty Oomph project.

Alexander Nittka

The expert mode of the Eclipse Oomph installer lets you skip the project selection in order to materialize a plain Eclipse product. Read on if you want to know, why it may be better to install an empty project.

Writing Fast tests for uniqueness in AUTOSAR (and other models) with Java 8

Andreas Graf

One of the repeating tasks when writing model checks for AUTOSAR (but also for other models) is to check for uniqueness according to some criterion. In AUTOSAR, this could be that all elements in a collection must be unique with … Continue reading →

Towards a generic splitable framework implementation – Post #3

Andreas Graf

In the previous blog posts I have layed out the basic thoughts about a framework for splitable implementation. As indicated, we are using AspectJ to intercept the method calls to the EMF model’s classes and change the behavior to present … Continue reading →

Towards a generic splitable framework implementation – Post #2

Andreas Graf

This blog post is the 2nd in a series of posts detailing some concepts for a generic framework for the support of splitables. For this concept we will include the term “slice”. A “slice” is one of the partial model … Continue reading →

Towards a generic splitable framework implementation – Post #1

Andreas Graf

Splitables are a concept introduced by AUTOSAR. In a nutshell, splitables allow for model elements to be split over a number of AUTOSAR files. E.g., two AUTOSAR files could contain the same package and the full model would actually consist … Continue reading →

Dynamic Workflows

Andreas Graf

In this guest post by Amine Lajmi, Amine introduces the workflow framework that was designed and implemented by him and itemis Paris for Sphinx.  Dynamic Workflows Still today, MWE is used for the definition of workflows in several model-driven applications … Continue reading →