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Re: [pmf-dev] Basic rules of PMF and eclipse talks
- From: Hallvard Trætteberg <hal@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 12:48:24 +0100
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- Organization: Dept. of Computer and Infomation Sciences, NTNU
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Once again : why do you exclude live model transformations and keep
template based model transformations ? Why a such restrictive approach
for a framework design in incubation phase ?
Olivier, again, we are in eclipse project. We have some rules to respects.
In eclipse, even it is an Open source project, we cannot do what we want.
In general, projects are restricted from including things outside their
scope. But I don't think the things Olivier are bringing up are
obviously outside the scope. Therefore, Yves, you need to explain better
why some things are considered OK to include in the project, and other
things are not.
So in the case of PMF, why is model-to-text transformations a natural
part of the project, and model-to-model transformations not? In both
cases, the point is ending up with artifacts (code, models, supporting
files) that can be executed or interpreted by a runtime.