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Is Eclipse Papyrus Ready for Industry?

Is Eclipse Papyrus Ready for Industry?

Today’s guest article has been written by Carsten Pitz, who shares his insights about the state of Papyrus for modeling, which is likely to be interest to our readers. In particular, as an Eclipse based tool, Papyrus can be integrated with ReqIF Studio. Nevertheless, Papyrus has the

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Will UML Modeling with Papyrus be a success in 2016 and beyond?

Will UML Modeling with Papyrus be a success in 2016 and beyond?

Papyrus is an open source modeling tool that is part of the Eclipse Ecosystem. Those working with Eclipse or those looking for a platform solution may want to have a close look at it. And so did we. However, our experience with Papyrus in the past was

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8. Juni: Vortrag in Bonn (kostenlos)

Für die Leser, die Deutsch sprechen und nächsten Montag in der Nähe von Bond sind, könnte die folgende Veranstaltung interessant sein: Michael Jastram wird beim Eclipse DemoCamp den Vortrag “Systementwicklung mit Eclipse in der Lehre” halten. Details hier >> Teilnehmer erhalten ein kostenloses Exemplar vom formalmind Studio

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Best of Eclipse RMF in 2014

As newspapers and TV stations get ready to publish their annual reviews and retrospectives of 2014, they are bound to forget to report the remarkable progress that has been made on the Eclipse Requirements Modeling Framework this year.  But no fear, we shall now remedy this. Below

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RMF passed Eclipse IP Review

It took a long time, but we finally achieved it: RMF, and therefore ProR as well, passed the Eclipse IP Review.  A reason to celebrate! So what’s the next step?  We’ll populate the Eclipse Repository and will finally pick up development again. We will also strive to

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ProR is part of RMF

We are very excited to announce that ProR is now part of the Eclipse Foundation Requirements Modeling Framework (RMF).  We decided to use the name RMF (rather than ProR), to keep the distinction between the GUI (ProR) and the various RIF/ReqIF cores.  The initial submission to the

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