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== Code Generation Support  ==
=== Existing Code Generation Facilities  ===
Currently, Papyrus supports code generation for the following programming languages:
* [ Java code generation]
* [ C++ code generation]
=== Adding a New Code Generator ===
Apart from the aforementioned programming language, it is also possible to develop and integrate other code generators to Papyrus.
To learn about how to add a new code generator to Papyrus, refer to the following [ wikipage].
== Reverse Engineering ==
=== Java Reverse Engineering ===
In order to model your java code into UML, see [ Java reverse engineering]
== Deploy your applications ==
If your want to deploy an application, see [ Papyrus Software Designer]
= Extra Components  =
== Papyrus for Requirements ==
== Papyrus for Requirements ==

Latest revision as of 09:33, 16 December 2020

Additional Utilities of Papyrus

Layer Support

if you want to use layer, see Layers Guide

Model Execution

If you want to execute your model as the following picture, see Execute your fUML models with MOKA

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Papyrus for Requirements

Papyrus for Requirements helps you to specify and analyze requirements in the context of systems modeling. It aims to cover the Specification, Management, Analysis and Validation-Verification activities of Requirements Engineering. Papyrus for Requirements depends on the components Papyrus for SysML and Papyrus for Metrics.

Please visit the Installation steps of Papyrus for Requirements

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