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* [[Texo]]: EMF for web application environments, see the [[Texo|Proposal]], Martin Taal
 
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* [[MTF]]: [http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/mtf/ Proposal], Steffen Stundzig  
 
  
 
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Revision as of 22:28, 27 January 2010

The Eclipse Modeling Framework Technologies (EMFT) project was initiated to incubate new technologies that extend or complement EMF. Over time, projects will graduate from EMFT into other Modeling projects, such as EMF, MDT or M2T.


Components

For an up to date list of components, see:

Active Components

Inactive Components

Proposed Components

Component owners: please provide a quick wiki page at the above links, culled from the materials linked above.

Graduated Components

Planning & Project Management

Project IP Log

Europa (2007)

Callisto (2006)

Documentation & Assistance

The Book!

To learn more about the technology on which the EMFT projects are built the most authoritative source is the book, EMF: Eclipse Modeling Framework, 2nd Edition.

Newsgroups / Mailing Lists

Have a question? Try the FAQ for your individual component. If that doesn't help, chances are your question has been answered in the newsgroup.

Builds & Server Configuration

See also Category:EMFT or Category:Releng.

FAQs

Articles / Wiki

Presentations

Javadoc

Development

Related Links