The Eclipse M2T project aims at developing Model To Text tools and reducing the duplicate effort involved in template languages development. Currently, there are three languages components within M2T : JET, Xpand and MTL being the OMG MOF Model to Text implementation. MTL is using OCL for model navigation and query. MTL can generate any technology (Java, C, J2EE frameworks, Php) and with a "production ready" release planned for galileo, MTL is right away a real standard alternative for code generation.
Being a community based project, Eclipse MTL puts forward a think tank discussion about specification, implementation and gather overall thoughts on how to provide a long term and successful communication channel between the MTL project and the OMG representatives. The team is composed of the Acceleo's code generator creators and contributors of the MOF 2 Text and QVT-R OMG specifications. The team reuses its knowledge to build an examplary implementation of the OMG standard. We want to be as close as possible to the specification knowing that the understanding of a specification may not always be unique.
During this talk, we'll present the Galileo release of the component and its features (Standalone generator engine, full featured editors, live code preview) through businesses examples.
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