[Development] QtModeling - the last mile
chgans at gna.org
Mon May 25 23:31:06 CEST 2015
On 26/05/15 07:18, Sandro Andrade wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 6:08 PM, Sandro Andrade <sandroandrade at kde.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 6:01 PM, Konstantin Ritt <ritt.ks at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Any links/code/docs?)
>> Yes, sorry :)
>> Wiki page: http://wiki.qt.io/QtModeling
>> Git repository: http://www.gitorious.org/qt/qtmodeling
>> DuSE-MT (QtModeling-based tool) website: http://duse.sourceforge.net/
>> DuSE-MT repository: www.gitorious.org/duse-mt/duse-mt
>> Some posts about QtModeling:
> So, anyone ? Let's put this baby out :)
> I'll present a talk about QtModeling at Akademy this year. If any of
> you guys is also heading there, we might
> schedule a chat.
BTW, the page at http://duse.sourceforge.net/ has quite a few broken
links pointing to http://qt.gitorious/qtplayground/qtmof.
Shouldn't they point to https://github.com/qtproject/qtmodeling instead?
>>> 2015-04-30 0:26 GMT+04:00 Sandro Andrade <sandroandrade at kde.org>:
>>>> Hi there,
>>>> Some time ago, I started the development of QtModeling : a qt add-on
>>>> aimed at providing metamodeling features and the basic infrastructure
>>>> for dealing with software models. It already has a lot of interesting
>>>> features and now I have the available time to making it good enough to
>>>> be released.
>>>> There are, however, some design choices I would like to discuss and
>>>> get some feedback from some of you guys. Implementing the UML
>>>> metamodel, for example, requires a considerable time investiment. Part
>>>> of this is already done, but I would like to set up a plan to
>>>> incrementally release such features.
>>>> So, would anyone be willing to provide some guidance and keep up with
>>>> QtModeling to its release ?
>>>> Thanks in advance,
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>>>> Development at qt-project.org
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