Eclipse OCL (Object Constraint Language) 6.3.0 Oxygen

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This minor release has concentrated on bug fixes and extensibility support for OCL-based languages such as QVT.

API Certification: 

The project leadership certifies that the APIs in this release are "Eclipse Quality".

Architectural Issues: 

The project is very model-based with increasing levels of auto-generation from models.

The project is prototyping a convergence between models that form part of the OMG OCL 2.5 specification and models that can be used to auto-generate an implementation.


Security Issues: 


Non-Code Aspects: 

Documentation is available via Wikitext as a PDF monolith, HTML files or Eclipse Help.

The documentation includes examples and tutorials which remain valid after a refresh for Mars.

The build uses Buckminster on the OCL HIPP.

The run-time is compatible with Xtext 2.9 and later.


Usability Details: 

OCL Editors are based on Xtext and so follow Xtext practices.

The debugger exploits the standard debugger framework.

Other tooling uses standard widgets.


End of Life: 

There are no specific end of life concerns for this release.


The OCL newsgroup has a moderate level of traffic (350 messages per year).

More messages occur by mistake on other newgroups.


This release is part of Eclipse Oxygen.