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= Set up development environment =
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You can use the [[Eclipse_Installer|Eclipse Installer]] to get a fully configured development environment for EMF DiffMerge.
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* Most Eclipse Products should be ok, we tested with '''Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers'''.
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* Simply check the '''Eclipse Projects / EMF DiffMerge''' in the Projects view to set up the Core and all components (Co-Evolution, Patch, Patterns).
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** If you only want to set up Core, uncheck the subprojects of the components or double-click on the parent instead of using the check box.
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** The Core component will always be included even when selecting a single subproject (e.g. Patterns).
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** Each component can be set up individually and should also work in any combination.
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= Other information =
 
Content TBD.
 
Content TBD.
 
Information regarding source code management, builds, coding standards, and more.
 
Information regarding source code management, builds, coding standards, and more.

Latest revision as of 05:42, 20 March 2017

Set up development environment

You can use the Eclipse Installer to get a fully configured development environment for EMF DiffMerge.

  • Most Eclipse Products should be ok, we tested with Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers.
  • Simply check the Eclipse Projects / EMF DiffMerge in the Projects view to set up the Core and all components (Co-Evolution, Patch, Patterns).
    • If you only want to set up Core, uncheck the subprojects of the components or double-click on the parent instead of using the check box.
    • The Core component will always be included even when selecting a single subproject (e.g. Patterns).
    • Each component can be set up individually and should also work in any combination.

Other information

Content TBD. Information regarding source code management, builds, coding standards, and more.

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