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* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/introducing-eclipse-mdisco Introducing Eclipse MoDisco], October 2013
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* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/introducing-eclipse-mdisco Introducing Eclipse MoDisco (slides + demo)], October 2013
* [http://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2011/sessions/virtual-emf-%E2%80%93-transparent-composition-weaving-and-linking-models MoDisco as a concrete use case provider for Virtual EMF (Standard Talk)], '''EclipseCon Europe 2011''' in Ludwigsburg (Germany), November 2, 2011 
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* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/eclipse-modeling-modisco-an-introduction-to-modeling-and-model-driven-reverse-engineering Eclipse Modeling & MoDisco - An Introduction to Modeling and (Model Driven) Reverse Engineering], September, 2011 ([http://docatlanmod.emn.fr/MoDisco/MoDisco-Demo_September2011.htm MoDisco demo visible here!])
 
* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/eclipse-modeling-modisco-an-introduction-to-modeling-and-model-driven-reverse-engineering Eclipse Modeling & MoDisco - An Introduction to Modeling and (Model Driven) Reverse Engineering], September, 2011 ([http://docatlanmod.emn.fr/MoDisco/MoDisco-Demo_September2011.htm MoDisco demo visible here!])
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* [http://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2011/sessions/virtual-emf-%E2%80%93-transparent-composition-weaving-and-linking-models MoDisco as a concrete use case provider for Virtual EMF (Standard Talk)], '''EclipseCon Europe 2011''' in Ludwigsburg (Germany), November 2, 2011 
 
* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/modisco-atl-eclipse-democamp-indigo-2011-in-nantes MoDisco and ATL], '''[[Eclipse_DemoCamps_Indigo_2011/Nantes|Eclipse DemoCamp Indigo]]''' in Nantes (France), June 30, 2011
 
* [http://www.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/modisco-atl-eclipse-democamp-indigo-2011-in-nantes MoDisco and ATL], '''[[Eclipse_DemoCamps_Indigo_2011/Nantes|Eclipse DemoCamp Indigo]]''' in Nantes (France), June 30, 2011
 
* [http://www.eclipsecon.org/2011/sessions/?page=sessions&id=2093 Spy On Your Models (Standard Talk)], '''EclipseCon 2011''' in Santa Clara (California, USA), March 22, 2011.
 
* [http://www.eclipsecon.org/2011/sessions/?page=sessions&id=2093 Spy On Your Models (Standard Talk)], '''EclipseCon 2011''' in Santa Clara (California, USA), March 22, 2011.

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MoDisco provides an extensible framework to develop model-driven tools to support use-cases of existing software modernization.


Contents

[edit] Overview

Modernizing an existing software system implies :

  • Describing the information extracted out of the artifacts of this system
  • Understanding the extracted information in order to take the good modernization decisions
  • Transforming this information to new artifacts facilitating the modernization (metrics, document, transformed code, ...)


To support these activities, MoDisco aims at providing :

  • Metamodels to describe existing systems
  • Discoverers to automatically create models of these systems
  • Generic tools to understand and transform complex models created out of existing systems
  • Use-cases illustrating how MoDisco can support modernization processes


To facilitate reuse of components between several modernization solutions, MoDisco is organized in three layers:

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  • Use-Cases: tools providing a solution for a specific modernization use-case.



  • Technologies: components dedicated to one legacy technology but independent from any specific modernization use case.



  • Infrastructure: generic components independent from any legacy technology.


[edit] Documentation

[edit] Reference Documentation

[edit] How to download and install ?

[edit] Publications

[edit] Screencasts & Slides

[edit] Project documents

[edit] Release Train Required Documents

[edit] All releases
[edit] GMT to MDT migration
[edit] Helios
[edit] Indigo
[edit] Juno
[edit] Kepler
[edit] Luna
[edit] Project plan

Service, Support and Maintenance: committed, proposed, deferred

[edit] Project Creation Documents

[edit] Support

[edit] Getting involved

The MoDisco project is open to contributors!

[edit] What can you provide?

  • new modernization use-cases
  • extensions of MoDisco components
  • metamodels of legacy technologies
  • discoverers and model transformations


See the MoDisco Wishlist for ideas of contributions.

[edit] Get the source of MoDisco projects

See the SVN Howto

[edit] How to contribute your code?

[edit] Meetings


[edit] Bugzilla Queries

[edit] Tracking

[edit] Checking

[edit] Reports

[edit] Others

[edit] Relationship with other Eclipse Projects

MoDisco reuses lots of EMP projects:

  • EMF to describe and manipulate models of existing systems.
  • M2M to implement transformation of models into other models
  • M2T to implement generation of text (documentation or code)


MoDisco also reuses other projects such as:

  • JDT to create models out of Java source code


[edit] Team

MoDisco has been initiated by the AtlanMod Team (INRIA & Ecole des Mines de Nantes), and is now strongly supported by Mia-Software:

  • Hugo Bruneliere - AtlanMod (project co-leader)
  • Grégoire Dupé - Mia-Software (project co-leader)
  • Fabien Giquel - Mia-Software (committer)
  • Nicolas Bros - Mia-Software (committer)
  • Gabriel Barbier - Thales (committer)
  • Frédéric Madiot - Obeo (committer)


MoDisco
Components Infrastructure: KDM · SMM · GASTM · Model Browser · Discovery Manager · MoDisco Workflow · Query Manager · Facet Manager · Metrics Visualization Builder · KDM Source Extension
Technologies: Java · JEE · EjbJar · WebApp · XML
Use Cases: Simple Transformation Chain · Model Filter
Help Installation · SVN
Project API Policy · Retention Policy · Project Plan · metrics · Accessibility Guidelines · Capabilities Disablement