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rCOS Modeler Release v1.2.4

New features in the rCOS Requirements Modeler v1.2.4 (22. January 2010):

  • Initial implementation of composable model transformations as outlined in the new publication An integrated Multi-View Model Evolution Framework (J. Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering, Springer, 2009). See the CoCoME case study for an example application.
  • Indication whether the current model is relation and still needs further refinement before it can be used to generate Java code (look out for the coloured box with a "T" for "translatable" next to the model validation button).
  • Colours indicate (additionally to model validation) where you might need to provide more detail in a model (green = everything okay, yellow/red = optional but useful/mandatory details missing).
  • Various bugfixes and usability improvements.
  • Updated framework to TOPCASED 2.7.

This version is still based on Eclipse Ganymede 3.4.2 and not compatible with Eclipse Galileo 3.5.

The rCOS team would like to thank and say Good Bye to Charles Morisset, who joined the Royal Holloway, University of London.

The rCOS team is supported by grants from the Science and Technology Development Fund of Macao SAR.

The Eclipse update site is at http://rcos.iist.unu.edu/eclipse/.Please also see the document about the modeler and the Installation Guide. For additional information, also see the older release notes. Please send any bug reports and suggestions!

Volker Stolz / Wang Xiaoliang

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