Re: OCL & ecore
You may have a look at the new top level
"Eclipse Modeling Project" described at:
Under "Model Development Tools (MDT)",
there is the UML2 project and, as you'll see,
the OCL subproject has been placed there.
Ecore-based OCL developments and contributions will
probably develop from this subproject.
On 8/7/06, Anneke Kleppe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Andrzej,
> Ecore is based on the MOF, specially on the EMOF part. OCL is officially
> linked to EMOF through the MOF architecture that (re)uses the UML
> Infrastructure. So following this (long) route you might say that OCL is
> the constraint language for ecore.
> However, what is more important is the facilities offered by the Ecore
> tools and sadly they don't offer much for using OCL.
> Anneke Kleppe
> Andrzej Wasowski wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I have a question, that might be slightly outseide the topic of this
> > list. Bear with me, if this is the case, please.
> > Is there any official document linking OCL and ecore? Or is there any
> > official constraint language for ecore? Where should I read?
> > Andrzej
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