OCL/New and Noteworthy/Galileo
Eclipse OCL New and Noteworthy items for the Galileo release.
For more details about the development plan, see the MDT Galileo draft plan.
This milestone was completed on Wednesday, 24 September 2008.
Catching up to EMF 2.4
One of the more significant improvements in EMF's 2.4 (Ganymede) release was the association of resource factories with content types. Implementation of Bug 231435 leverages this capability now in OCL. Content types are defined for the OCL models as follows:
|OCL Abstract Syntax||ocl||org.eclipse.ocl||XMI|
|OCL Concrete Syntax||ocl||org.eclipse.ocl.cst||XMI|
|OCL Ecore Binding||ocl, ecore||org.eclipse.ocl.ecore||Ecore|
|OCL UML Binding||ocl, uml||org.eclipse.ocl.uml||UML|
The OCL parser/interpreter, in previous releases, provided mappings of all of Java's primitive numeric types (and their wrapper classes) to the OCL Integer and Real types, as appropriate. This milestone adds support for the BigInteger and BigDecimal types, mapped to Integer and Real, respectively, to round out Java's numeric types. Thanks to Achim Demelt for the contribution!
A complete list of the enhancement requests resolved in this milestone can be found here.