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Revision as of 10:37, 19 February 2009 by (Talk | contribs) (Contacts)


Papyrus is an open source component of the Model Development Tools (MDT) subproject to provide an integrated environment for editing UML and SysML models. Specially, this project will provide the glue around valuable UML and SysML diagram editors (GMF-based or not) and other MDE tools. It will also offer support for UML and SysML profiling mechanisms.



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Current Tasks

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News & Events

02/03/2009 - The next face-to-face meeting to define the Eclipe Papyrus roadmap.

11/25/2008 - We are proud to announce you that the initial contribution for the MDT's component Papyrus has been done today :-) The bundle of code provided for this initial contribution to Papyrus consists of two features that gathered a set of additional plug-ins. The core feature consists of a set of plug-in that together supply the basic facilities required for the UML2 editor. It is also called the backbone of Papyrus. The second feature consists of plug-in that implement the diagram editors of the UML2 tool. The initial contribution of Papyrus consists of UML2 editors for class diagram, use case diagram, sequence diagram and activity diagram.

11/04/2008 - Pre-Committing meeting: We have prepared an action plan to prepare the IPZilla process. (The Minute)


The project developers are:

  • Jérôme Benois (Obeo)
  • David Carlson
  • Francisco Javier Cano (Prodevelop)
  • Cédric Dumoulin (LIFL)
  • Raphaël Faudou (Atos Origin)
  • Sébastien Gérard (CEA LIST), project lead
  • Etienne Juliot (Obeo)
  • Thibault Landré (Atos Origin)
  • Gabriel Merin Cubero (Integranova)
  • Chokri Mraidha (CEA LIST)
  • Yann Tanguy (CEA LIST)
  • Patrick Tessier (CEA LIST)
  • Rémi Schnekenburger (CEA LIST)
  • David Servat (CEA LIST)


Any issue should be reported to the [1] You may also contact the team using the Eclipse Papyrus newsgroup or Devel Mailing List.

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