4DIAC - Framework for Distributed Industrial Automation and Control
4DIAC in its current form has been started 2007 as open source project fostering the further development of IEC 61499 for its use in distributed IPMCS and further distribute research results from the original contributors. From the beginning it provided everything necessary to program and execute distributed IPMCS.
Accessibility Tools Framework
The Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF) is a subproject of the Eclipse Technology Project. The ACTF is a software framework which serves as an extensible infrastructure upon which developers can build a variety of utilities that help to evaluate and enhance the accessibility of applications and content for people with disabilities.
Agent Modeling Platform
The Agent Modeling Platform (AMP) provides extensible frameworks and exemplary tools for Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) as well as more general agent applications. AMP includes: Agent Modeling Framework (AMF): Meta-model representation (acore) for agent model structure, behavior and generic functions. Acore editors and IDE integration. Code generation supporting fully executable Java models. Agent Execution Framework (AXF): Extensible and generic API for model life-cycle execution, agent aggregation, view and control management, and workbench interaction.
Ajax Tools Framework (ATF)
AJDT - AspectJ Development Tools Project
Some aspects of system implementation, such as logging, error handling, standards enforcement and feature variations are notoriously difficult to implement in a modular way. The result is that code is tangled across a system and leads to quality, productivity and maintenance problems. Aspect Oriented Software Development enables the clean modularization of these crosscutting concerns. The AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) project provides Eclipse platform based tool support for AOSD with AspectJ.
The Eclipse Modeling Project (EMP) was formed as a top-level project at Eclipse in order to bring together a number of modeling-related projects. While the Modeling project has been a success in many respects, it remains somewhat a collection of individual projects with little or no focus on integration or ease-of-use. As stated in the EMP charter, the "Eclipse Modeling Project will focus on the evolution and promotion of model-based development technologies within the Eclipse community.
AMW - Atlas Model Weaver
The AMW (ATLAS Model Weaver) is a tool for establishing relationships (i.e., links) between models. The links are stored in a model, called weaving model. It is created conforming to a weaving metamodel. AMW provides a base weaving metamodel enabling to create links between model elements and associations between links. The metamodel may be extended to add other mapping semantics. This way there is the possibility of creating variable mapping languages dedicated to specific application requirements.
Andmore - Eclipse Android Tooling
The purpose of Andmore is to provide Android Eclipse tooling without having to go through multiple steps.
The technology development involves integrating and refactoring the Google ADT plugins as necessary to work with the project. Similarly, the former MOTODEV plugins have components that can be integrated into the project.
JDT for Android Java applications.
CDT for C/C++ shared libraries.
The APP4MC project provides a tool chain environment and de-facto standard to integrate tools for all major design steps in the multi- and many-core development phase. A basic set of tools will be available to demonstrate all the steps needed in the development process. Companies and R&D partners will benefit from the de-facto standard for tool chains and the support given by the features of the extended APP4MC tool chain platform. The platform can be easily adapted with commercial or in-house tools.
The scope of the project is to provide developers with a reference implementation for a content repository that is accessible through APIs. It will serve as a solid and efficient base for developing Content Applications. By "Content Applications," we mean any application with a primary function of managing structured or semi-structured content in any way. These could be Document Management applications, Digital Asset Management applications, Case or Record Management applications, Web Content Management applications, or simply business-specific applications.
ATL - A Model Transformation Technology
ATL (ATL Transformation Language) is a model transformation language and toolkit. In the field of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), ATL provides ways to produce a set of target models from a set of source models. Developed on top of the Eclipse platform, the ATL Integrated Environnement (IDE) provides a number of standard development tools (syntax highlighting, debugger, etc.) that aims to ease development of ATL transformations.
Babel is a set of tools to make the job of globalizing Eclipse projects easier. We also want to provide ways for people world wide, who are interested, to contribute translations in their language of choice. The project includes tools and activities that are needed to adapt the Eclipse deliverables to properly run in multiple locales and to translate selected Eclipse projects into multiple different languages (French, Japanese, German, etc). The project could eventually include tools to aid in the following areas: Enablement testing (E.g.
BPEL Project adds comprehensive support to Eclipse for the definition, authoring, editing, deploying, testing and debugging of WS-BPEL 2.0 processes. WS-BPEL (Web Services Business Process Execution Language), or BPEL, is a vendor-neutral specification being developed by OASIS to specify business processes as a set of interactions between web services.
BPMN2 Modeler Project
The mission of the SOA Project is to build frameworks and extensible tools that enable the design, configuration, assembly, deployment, monitoring, and management of software designed around a Service Oriented Architecture. The project is guided by the values of transparency, extensibility, vendor neutrality, community collaboration, agile development, and standards-based innovation.
Buckminster Component Assembly
Buckminster is a set of frameworks and tools for automating build, assemble & deploy (BA&D) development processes in complex or distributed component-based development. Buckminster allows development organizations to define fine-grained "production lines" for the various stages in software production - unit testing, integration testing, field deployment, staged migration, etc. - and to automate the execution of corresponding processes.