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A number of pages can help you developing transformations in ATL:
 
A number of pages can help you developing transformations in ATL:
  
[[ATL Standard Library]]
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* [[ATL Standard Library]]
  
[[ATL Language Troubleshooter]]
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* [[ATL Language Troubleshooter]]
  
[[ATL FAQ]]
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* [[ATL FAQ]]
  
[[ATL Howtos]]
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* [[ATL Howtos]]
  
[[AM3 Ant Tasks]] provides tasks to load and save models as well as run ATL transformations.
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* [[AM3 Ant Tasks]] provides tasks to load and save models as well as run ATL transformations.
  
The [[ATL Wish List | ATL Wish List]] contains a list of requested features.
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* The [[ATL Wish List | ATL Wish List]] contains a list of requested features. This is a place where you may add your own requests.
This is a place where you may add your own requests.
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[[ATL 2006]] is the next upcoming version of ATL.
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* [[ATL 2006]] is the next upcoming version of ATL.
  
[[ATL/How_to_Contribute_to_ATL_Transformations_Zoo | How to contribute to the ATL Transformations Zoo]]
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* [[ATL/How_to_Contribute_to_ATL_Transformations_Zoo | How to contribute to the ATL Transformations Zoo]]

Revision as of 11:00, 19 September 2006

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The ATL project aims at providing a set of transformation tools for GMT. These include some sample ATL transformations, an ATL transformation engine, and an IDE for ATL (ADT: ATL Development Tools). ATL is part of the AMMA platform.

A number of pages can help you developing transformations in ATL:

  • AM3 Ant Tasks provides tasks to load and save models as well as run ATL transformations.
  • The ATL Wish List contains a list of requested features. This is a place where you may add your own requests.
  • ATL 2006 is the next upcoming version of ATL.

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