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Spy On Your Models

Frederic Madiot (OBEO ), Hugo Bruneliere (INRIA (Institute national de recherche en informatique et en automatique))

Making at Eclipse · Standard
Tuesday, 10:40, 20 minutes | Ballroom D

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EMF is now widely used by various kinds of systems based on Eclipse Modeling Project components.

As EMF models become the heart of these systems, it becomes critical to be able to inspect them very precisely.

It is the main objective of the MoDisco Model Browser to provide a good insight of the content of any EMF model, especially when these models are large and complex.

This talk will present the main features of this tool:

  • Directlty access to instances of a given EClass
  • Navigate through the relations between model elements
  • Dynamically customize the rendering of model elements
  • Edit the model elements with a tabular view
  • Integrate the browser components with the Common Navigation Framework

The content of this talk will be based on the blog posts serie Spy On Your Models: part1, part2, part3, part4

Frederic Madiot is the Product Manager of Obeo. He has 15 years of experience in developing model-driven tools to industrialize the development of new applications and the modernization of existing systems. He works on two Eclipse/Modeling projects: MoDisco, a model-driven platform to modernize existing systems, and EMF Facet, a non-intrusive tooling to extend metamodels.

Hugo Bruneliere is a permanent R&D engineer working in the field of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) for the AtlanMod Team (INRIA & EMN), located in Nantes (west of France). He has worked during 3 years and a half as the INRIA responsible for the MODELPLEX IST European project 34081 in which AtlanMod was involved. His work is now focusing on the methodologies and concrete uses of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) for model-driven reverse engineering (or MDRE), global model management (or GMM) and tool interoperability (using model transformation tools such as Eclipse-M2M ATL). He is the leader of the Eclipse-MDT MoDisco project and also committer in the Eclipse-EMFT EMF Facet project. Moreover, he is in charge of the future termination of the Eclipse-GMT project.

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