The project leadership certifies that the APIs in this release are "Eclipse Quality".
EMF Diff/Merge has been designed with extensibility and integrability in mind. Consequently, it has been integrated into various modeling environments for very different usages: classical versioning, model reuse, model synchronization.
Among the applications mentioned, one refers to the wiki page dedicated to Modeling Patterns, another one to the wiki page dedicated to Co-Evolution. These pages are structured similarly to the main page.
Conforms To UI/UX Guidelines:
EMF Diff/Merge does not implement any standard.
EMF Diff/Merge obtained the "Most innovative project/feature" award at EclipseCon NA 2013. Many contributions have been made by people external to the project. EMF Diff/Merge is known to be distributed within modeling tools such as Eclipse Capella or Intel Cofluent Studio. Presentations have been regularly made at EclipseCon.