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the modeling workflow engine (MWE) supports orchestration of different Eclipse modeling components to be executed within Eclipse as well as standalone. Based on a dependency injection framework, one can simply configure and wire up 'workflows' using a declarative XML-based language.
 
the modeling workflow engine (MWE) supports orchestration of different Eclipse modeling components to be executed within Eclipse as well as standalone. Based on a dependency injection framework, one can simply configure and wire up 'workflows' using a declarative XML-based language.
 
The project provides the runtime used to execute workflows as well as the IDE tooling used to edit, start and debug them.
 
The project provides the runtime used to execute workflows as well as the IDE tooling used to edit, start and debug them.
You can find the MWE(2) documentation at [https://github.com/eclipse/mwe/blob/master/documentation/mwe2.md]
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You can find the MWE(2) documentation in the MWE Github Repo at [https://github.com/eclipse/mwe/blob/master/documentation/mwe2.md]
  
It is mainly used to configure the Xtext's code generator. For more details see the corresponding section in the [https://www.eclipse.org/Xtext/documentation/302_configuration.html#short-intro-to-mwe].
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It is mainly used to configure the Xtext's code generator. For more details see the corresponding section in the Xtext Documentation [https://www.eclipse.org/Xtext/documentation/302_configuration.html#short-intro-to-mwe].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:57, 19 October 2020


Welcome to the Modeling Workflow Engine wiki. the modeling workflow engine (MWE) supports orchestration of different Eclipse modeling components to be executed within Eclipse as well as standalone. Based on a dependency injection framework, one can simply configure and wire up 'workflows' using a declarative XML-based language. The project provides the runtime used to execute workflows as well as the IDE tooling used to edit, start and debug them. You can find the MWE(2) documentation in the MWE Github Repo at [1]

It is mainly used to configure the Xtext's code generator. For more details see the corresponding section in the Xtext Documentation [2].

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