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limiting the number of parallel Eclipse jobs

Alexander Nittka

Using ISchedulingRules it is fairly easy to enforce only one job of a certain type to be executed at the same time. Not using rules, you can run as many jobs in parallel as Eclipse allows. But what if you want at most 5 jobs running in parallel in order not to freeze the system...?

Eclipse DemoCamp 2015 “Mars” at University Stuttgart Vaihingen on July 1st, 17:45 hrs

Niko Stotz

Right on the heels of this year’s Eclipse “Mars” release, we will again run a DemoCamp in Stuttgart. It will take place on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 17:45 hrs at Stuttgart University in Stuttgart-Vaihingen Informatik Building Universitätsstraße 38 70569 Stuttgart Room Hörsaal 38.03 Details around the DemoCamp can be found at As usual, admission […]

Meanderings on AUTOSAR model repositories (and other models)

Andreas Graf

When working with AUTOSAR models, model storage and management is topic to be solved. In this blog post, I coarsely discuss some thoughts – it is intended as collection of topics that projects using AUTOSAR models have to adresse, but … Continue reading →

GitHub, Fork, Pull Request… and Oomph

Alexander Nittka

Although there are many workflow descriptions for contributions of GitHub projects, I decided to write about mine. This blog post summarizes what I found useful when an Oomph setup is involved.

Integrating Rhapsody in your AUTOSAR toolchain

Andreas Graf

UML tools such as Enterprise Architect or Rhapsody (and others) are well established in the software development process. Sometimes the modeling guidelines are following a custom modelling, e.g. with specific profiles. So when you are modelling for AUTOSAR systems, at … Continue reading →

Using the Xtend language for M2M transformation

Andreas Graf

In the last few month, we have been developing a customer project that centers around model-to-model transformation with the target model being AUTOSAR. In the initial concept phase, we had two major candidates for the M2M-transformation language: Xtend and QVTO. … 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 [...]

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.

5 Usability Flaws in GMF (and how to fix them)

Andreas Mülder

Although GMF (Graphical Modeling Framework) editors are an endangered species and future editors will be developed with JavaFX there is still a bunch of GMF editors out there. And most of them have something in common: a lack of usability. The good news are that some usability flaws are easy to fix. In Yakindu Statechart Tools we spend a lot [...]