SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a type of industrial control system (ICS). Industrial control systems are computer controlled systems that monitor and control industrial processes that exist in the physical world. SCADA systems historically distinguish themselves from other ICS systems by being large scale processes that can include multiple sites, and large distances.
This project aims at providing meta models and editors for FMC to support software architects and consultants in defining and analyzing system landscapes on the conceptual as well as on the design level. This project focuses firstly on the FMC Block diagram and integrates already existing diagram types from Papyrus UML to offer a holistic TAM modeling support. In addition, the project will define meta models and provide editors for the other FMC diagram types. The FMC Block Diagram editor will be based on Eclipse Graphiti and uses EMF/Ecore for the respective meta model.
Sirius enables the specification of a modeling workbench in terms of graphical, table or tree editors with validation rules and actions using declarative descriptions.
e(fx)clipse provides tooling and runtime components that help developers to create JavaFX applications.
The modeling facilities of Eclipse are an essential part of Eclipse's annual release trains. The Eclipse Modeling Framework and associated projects, like UML2, OCL, QVTo etc., are integrated into several tools both commercial and open source. In particular the UML2 project is one of the most important implementation of the corresponding OMG UML 2.4 specification.
The Plug-in Development Environment project and Web Tools Platform project provide plenty of tools for OSGi development and Java EE development, respectively. Libra will provide the missing pieces that will bring the PDE and WTP tooling together for implementing OSGi Enterprise scenarios.
The Linux Tools project aims to bring a full-featured C and C++ IDE to Linux developers. We build on the source editing and debugging features of the CDT and integrate popular native development tools such as the GNU Autotools, Valgrind, OProfile, RPM, SystemTap, GCov, GProf, LTTng, etc. Current projects include LTTng trace viewers and analyzers, an RPM .spec editor, Autotools build integration, a Valgrind heap usage analysis tool, and OProfile call profiling tools.
The PHP IDE project delivers a PHP Integrated Development Environment framework for the Eclipse platform. This project encompasses the development components necessary to develop PHP-based Web Applications and facilitates extensibility. It leverages the existing Web Tools Project in providing developers with PHP capabilities.
TCF is a vendor-neutral, lightweight, extensible network protocol mainly for communicating with embedded systems (targets). Its most distinguishing feature is that TCF is designed to transparently plug in value-adding servers between the tool and the target. But even without value-add, the protocol has the potential to unify lots of currently independent communication links, thus saving resources and making setup and configuration much easier than in current embedded development scenarios.