1 sept. 2015

Gendoc 0.5.1 available

We are pleased to announce that we have released a new version of Gendoc.

The version 0.5.1 is available on Gendoc website: http://www.eclipse.org/gendoc/downloads/download.php

If you have 0.5.0 version installed you can perform an update of your installation.

This version improves the parsing of tags (whitespace and style problems), the usage of default bundles in fragments and fixes Sonar reported issues, you can find the whole list of fixed bugs here: https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/modeling.gendoc/releases/0.5.1/bugs

The Gendoc team
(original link of this post)

21 avr. 2015

Gendoc v0.5 released

Gendoc is officially an eclipse project and first official release is now available.
Gendoc is a template based technology allowing generation of OpenXML (Word) and Open Document (OpenOffice, LibreOffice) documents from EMF Models/XML using Acceleo language. Gendoc is currently industrially used in several critical systems company (space, avionics).

To start working with Gendoc and Luna please find update site in downloads section : http://www.eclipse.org/gendoc/downloads/download.php

Documentation and tutorials are available here : http://www.eclipse.org/gendoc/documentation/documentation.php

For any information or questions feel free to use links referenced on community section.

13 juil. 2012

Frama-C Development Tooling (FCDT) plug-in V1.2 Release

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the new release of the Frama-C Development Tooling (FCDT) plug-in version v 1.2.
The FCDT plug-in permits developers to use the static analysis tools provided by Frama-C from directly within the Eclipse framework.

This release, compatible with Eclipse Indigo and Frama-C Nitrogen, includes:
  • Bug #4063 (makefile in subdir) 
  • Improvement of ACSL editor in C code 
  • New Preferences (for Codan launching mode) Setting page with dynamic update with Frama-C features (linux only) 
  • Frama-C configuration (for Codan launching mode) in project properties

It is available on:


Best regards


6 avr. 2012

TOPCASED 5.2.0 available

 TOPCASED 5.2.0 is now available. It is based on the Eclipse 3.7.2 platform (Indigo).
TOPCASED has been release this is the official mail sent to the community:
"Dear TOPCASED users,

TOPCASED 5.2.0 is now available. It is based on the latest Eclipse 3.7 SR2 platform (Indigo) and requires a JRE 1.6.

You can download the RCP version, features and the release note at the following link :
Since we are having troubles building it, the MacOSX RCP version is not available yet, but it should be shortly.

TOPCASED 5.2.0 is packaged in an installer : after downloading and double clicking on the .jar file, you can follow the steps.

You can also install TOPCASED 5.2.0 from the update-site by importing this bookmarks file in the update sites preferences :
All tutorials will be available on “Documents” section of TOPCASED.org site shortly, but you can already get them all during installation.

Best regards,

The TOPCASED team"

As usual I will introduce some of the new features in this version:
  • Analyze and Repair Function
This new feature allows the user to apply operations on its model to "fix" it.

After selecting the operations to apply the list of impacted element is displayed and the operation is performed
  • Open referencing diagrams
It is possible to open all diagrams or tables displaying the selected element

  • Implicit navigation from properties
It is now possible to navigate (via double click) from typed Elements (property, pins, parameters) to the diagram displaying its type
  • Todo notes
If the user creates a TOPCASED project or configures its project to use the todo note builder, it is possible to use the Tasks view to display "notes" contained in the model's comments.
The user can configure a comment prefix tag used for the analysis :
After the configuration is done every comment starting with this tag will be recognized by the tool and displayed in the Tasks view. This is very useful for Model Review
  • Configuration files for import document
If you use the document importer for requirement management it is now possible to save the configuration to share it and reuse it in the update using the save mapping button in the last page of the import wizard 

  • There are also some new features in Gendoc2 which will be described in a future post

16 févr. 2012

FCDT v1.1 release

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the new release of the Frama-C Development Tooling (FCDT) plug-in version v1.1.
The FCDT plug-in permits developers to use the static analysis tools provided by Frama-C from directly within the Eclipse framework.

This release, compatible with Eclipse Indigo (only), includes:
  • A new call graph viewer
  • A new editor for ACSL language integrated into comment area of the CDT editor
  • Bug fixes

Tested platforms are Windows  XP 32 and Linux.

It is available on:

Release contents:

A build of Frama-C Nitrogen for Windows  is also available on the fcdt web site.



29 déc. 2011

Extract relevant elements from a diagram

I would like to introduce in this post a new feature which will be available in the next release of Gendoc2.
This feature makes possible to extract elements you desire in a diagram.

This example will generate a part of the UML Metamodel documentation.
The diagram realized with MDT Papyrus is presented bellow:
This diagram displays some information about Events, Activity Nodes and Operations. For the documentation we only want to display the elements linked to the Signal Event and the Call Event meta classes.

This is now possible using new methods in TOPCASED and GMF bundles.
This is the code to use in your gendoc2 template :

  1. The diagram is get using getPapyrusDiagrams() method
  2. A list of visibleElements is computed using a focused class (SignalEvent or Call Event)
    • [let visibleElements : Set(uml::Class) = Set{focus}->union(focus.superClass)->union(focus.superClass->closure(superClass)->union(focus.getAssociations().memberEnd->select(type <> focus).type->asSet()))]
  3. The list of visible elements is used by the getDiagram method
  4. Finally the elements visible in the diagram are listed and for each element the documentation is displayed
The result is visible bellow

29 nov. 2011

Open Tests : manage test campaigns inside Eclipse

Open Tests is an Open Source Test management application available from Eclipse or from a Web client.

Open Tests can provide the following services :
- write a test library
- reference requirements inside tests
- import requirements from TOPCASED Requirement format
- define test campaigns
- write test execution results
- access all data through customizable queries
- generate reports (Excel / PDF) all along the process

How to use OpenTests from Web client ?
see Video

How to use OpenTests inside Eclipse?
see Video

For more information about OpenTests :
see Open Tests tutorial or gPM Installer

Contacts : eclipseatos@gmail.com
or anne.haugommard@atos.net