- No Architectural issues for this release.
- Papyrus graphical editors are based on the GMF framework and are been generated using the GMF tooling.
- Papyrus architecture is based on a component called the backbone that enable Papyrus to support various kinds of editors designed with different technologies. Currentlty, Papyrus provides adaptors for GMF-based, Nattable-based or XText-based editors.
No security issue for Papyrus known for this release
- User documentation hosted at http://www.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/papyrus/usersCorner/usersCornerIndex.php
- Developer documentation on the Papyrus Wiki : http://wiki.eclipse.org/Papyrus_Developer_Guide
- Papyrus may be used to denote UML2 or SysML models.
- Papyrus may be used to design and apply UML profiles.
- Papyrus UI may be customized in order to fit specific domain needs.
- Nothing has been deprecated.
MDT Papyrus 0.10.0 is compliant with both following OMG standards:
UML 2.4.1 standard: http://www.omg.org/spec/UML/2.4.1
SysML 1.2 standard: http://www.omg.org/spec/SysML/1.2
Papyrus 0.10.0 provides also support for the following Domain Specific Modeling Languages based on UML:
- Interactions in Bugzilla
- Activity on the Papyrus newsgroup
- Collaboration with other projects at Eclipse (e.g., CDO, GMT tooling, EMF Compare, XText and EMF Facet)
- Integration done in the TopCASED environment 5.x: http://wwww.topcased.org
- Used as basis for the Scade System Designer for providing the system view on top of SCADE: http://www.esterel-technologies.com/products/scade-system/
- Large diffusion in the academics community using UML