|Re: [auto-iwg] FYI: Eclipse IDE for Automotive Software Developers|
EMF is already employeed in the original OSEE project.
We are now working on a concept of bringing in Sphinx and CDO for domain model based development ( in our Automotive version).
It would be possible to provide traceabilty from Requirements, through the Domain model and all the way to Testing.
This will be added to the 'Application-Development" module of OSEE.
By the way, we have named our internal Bosch project that is based on the OSEE platform as iCTeam which stands for
" Integrated Collabrorative Toolchain for Engieering Application Lifecycle Management".
From: auto-iwg-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:auto-iwg-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Andreas Graf
Sent: Tuesday, 31. January 2012 1:02 AM
Subject: Re: [auto-iwg] FYI: Eclipse IDE for Automotive Software Developers
it would be an interesting topic. When we studied OSEE, it was not really integrated with any of the now standard Eclipse technologies like EMF, CDO, Sphinx, Artop. What is the current status?
Am 30.01.2012 16:32, schrieb Jyothi G S (RBEI/EMT):
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