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==Presentation==
 
==Presentation==
  
The Declarative QVT component aims at providing a complete Eclipse based IDE for the [http://www.omg.org/technology/documents/modeling_spec_catalog.htm#MOF_QVT QVT] Relations (QVTR) language.
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The QVT Declarative (QVTd) component aims to provide a complete Eclipse based IDE for the Core (QVTc) and Relations (QVTr) Languages defined by the OMG [http://www.omg.org/technology/documents/modeling_spec_catalog.htm#MOF_QVT QVT] Relations (QVTR) language.
This goal includes all development components necessary to the QVTR developpment and facilitate its extensibility and its reusability.  
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This goal includes all development components necessary for development of QVTc and QVTr programs and APIs to facilitate extension and reuse.
  
The Declarative QVT IDE should provide:
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The [[M2M/Operational QVT Language (QVTO)|QVT Operational (QVTo)]] component provides corresponding facilities for the Procedural Language.
  
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QVT Declarative currently provides:
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* Editors for QVTc and QVTr
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* Parsers for QVTc and QVTr
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* Meta-models for QVTc and QVTr
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(The EMOF-based implementations of the QVT models are the source of the normative models in
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[http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?ptc/09-11-04 ptc/09-11-04] for OMG QVT 1.1.)
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QVT Declarative will provide
 
* a dedicated perspective
 
* a dedicated perspective
* an advanced editor with auto-completion, syntax coloring, outline...
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* an execution environment for QVTc and QVTo
* an execution environnment implementation
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* an integrated debugger for QVTc and QVTo
* an integrated debugger
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==Specification==
 
==Specification==

Revision as of 02:59, 22 November 2009

Contents

Presentation

The QVT Declarative (QVTd) component aims to provide a complete Eclipse based IDE for the Core (QVTc) and Relations (QVTr) Languages defined by the OMG QVT Relations (QVTR) language. This goal includes all development components necessary for development of QVTc and QVTr programs and APIs to facilitate extension and reuse.

The QVT Operational (QVTo) component provides corresponding facilities for the Procedural Language.

QVT Declarative currently provides:

  • Editors for QVTc and QVTr
  • Parsers for QVTc and QVTr
  • Meta-models for QVTc and QVTr

(The EMOF-based implementations of the QVT models are the source of the normative models in ptc/09-11-04 for OMG QVT 1.1.)

QVT Declarative will provide

  • a dedicated perspective
  • an execution environment for QVTc and QVTo
  • an integrated debugger for QVTc and QVTo

Specification

The base working document of this component is the OMG specification ptc/07-07-07 (Meta Object Facility (MOF) 2.0 Query/View/Transformation Final Adopted Specification).

The QVTR project includes a special developpement documentation to exhibits:

  • specification deviance (and explanations)
  • specification interpretation
  • specification issues

This page is a summary of specification related developpement choices. Its main purpose is to a base of discussion with the community. For any feed back on those pointsi is welcome. Please use the M2M newsgroup for the questions and the Bugzilla for issues.

Status and Roadmap

History

Date Task
Wed Feb 20 2008 Compiler
Tue Mar 4 2008 Programmatic compilation launching
Tue Mar 4 2008 Compilation test cases
Tue Mar 6 2008 Compilation examples

Currently working on

  • Compiler improvement
  • Programmatic transformation launching
  • Documentation
  • Abstract Syntax implementation

Things to do

Task First Version Release
Editor integration Jun 2008 Jun 2008
Debugger integration Sep 2008 Jun 2009
UI Launcher Jun 2008 Jun 2009
Project nature Jun 2009 Jun 2009

Team

The Declarative QVT project is developped by Obeo.

The intitial commiters are:

Questions and discussions about Relational QVT usage

Questions and discussions about the usage of Relational QVT should take place on the eclipse.modeling.m2m Eclipse newsgroup for the M2M project (more details about this newsgroup there), of which QVTR is a component. Please, remember to prefix the subject of your Relational QVT-related posts with [QVTR].