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=Road Map and Tasks=
 
=Road Map and Tasks=
==Next Major release==
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==Next Major release :2020-12==
  
Papyrus tool  will have 3 or 4 minor releases after 2018.12 version. The purpose is to consolidate AF element type framework and fix bugs and improve performance.
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We will now begin to work on the next major release of papyrus (5.0.0) in order to allow us some API changes and other corrections. this version will be available in time to integrate the '''2020.12 releasetrain'''.
We work also on the support of CSS for table without breaking API.
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Because we  need to focus on this goal, there is no release planed for the 2020-09 train, although there might be milestones if required.  
 
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The 5.0.0 release will contain, for example, the refactoring of some depencies such as removing the reexports wherever possible and removing deprecated apis lingering for far too long in the code base.
The release date  for 5.0 will be set and announced 6 months in advance:
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We will inform you about any work undertaken on the wiki page [insert link].
* Remove a lot of deprecated classes.
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* Improve Element Type framework implementation needing rewriting classes and maybe the sequence of commands
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* Improve AF implementation
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* And more...
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==Next Minor releases==
 
==Next Minor releases==

Revision as of 09:31, 18 June 2020

Overview

Papyrus is an open source project to provide an integrated environment for editing UML and SysML models. Specially, this project provides the glue around valuable UML and SysML diagram editors (GMF-based or not) and other MDE tools. It also offers support for UML and SysML profiling mechanisms.

You can explore Papyrus's galaxy here https://eclipse.org/papyrus/.

Documentation


Papyrus Ecosystems


Road Map and Tasks

Next Major release :2020-12

We will now begin to work on the next major release of papyrus (5.0.0) in order to allow us some API changes and other corrections. this version will be available in time to integrate the 2020.12 releasetrain. Because we need to focus on this goal, there is no release planed for the 2020-09 train, although there might be milestones if required. The 5.0.0 release will contain, for example, the refactoring of some depencies such as removing the reexports wherever possible and removing deprecated apis lingering for far too long in the code base. We will inform you about any work undertaken on the wiki page [insert link].

Next Minor releases


Discussion

  • Discussion (for noticeable product, development issues, etc.)

Team

The project committers are:

  • Ansgar Radermacher (CEA)
  • Arnaud Cuccuru (CEA)
  • Camille Letavernier (EclipseSource)
  • Christian W. Damus (independant)
  • Florian Noyrit (CEA)
  • Jeremie Tatibouet (CEA)
  • Nicolas Fauvergue (CEA)
  • Patrick Tessier (CEA)
  • Quentin Le Menez (CEA)
  • Remi Schnekenburger (EclipseSource)
  • Shuai Li (CEA)
  • Vincent Lorenzo (CEA)


Committers Emeritus:

  • Arthur Daussy (ATOS)
  • Benoit Maggi (independant)
  • Cedric Dumoulin (LIFL)
  • Chokri Mraidha (CEA)
  • Juan Cadavid (CEA)
  • Mickael Adam (All4Tec)
  • Raphael Faudou (Samares)
  • Saadia Dhouib (CEA)
  • Sebastien Gerard (CEA – Project lead)
  • Tristan Faure (independant)

Contacts

You can browse the Papyrus git repository at http://git.eclipse.org/c/papyrus/org.eclipse.papyrus.git/.

Any issue should be reported using Bugzilla.

You may also contact the team using forums or mailing list:

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