The Eclipse QVT Declarative (QVTd™) component is a partial implementation of the Core (QVTc) and Relations (QVTr) Languages defined by the OMG standard specification (MOF) 2.0 Query/View/Transformation.
To date the QVT Declarative component provides editing capabilities to support the QVT Declarative Languages:
- QVTd 2010, Helios, 0.7.0 provides QVT models and LPG based parsers
- QVTd 2011, Indigo, 0.8.0 adds IMP-based editors.
- QVTd 2012, Juno, 0.9.0 re-engineers the models and editors to exploit Xtext and the OCL Pivot model.
- QVTd 2013, Kepler, 0.10.0 introduces editing and execution of the QVTi simplification of QVTc.
- QVTd 2014, Luna, 0.11.0 introduces a source debugger for QVTi execution.
- QVTd 2015, Mars, 0.12.0 provides a very preliminary Epsilon prototype of the QVTr to QVTc to QVTu to QVTm to QVTi chain.
- QVTd 2016, Neon, 0.13.0 provides a preliminary QVTr to QVTc to QVTu to QVTm to QVTi chain.
- QVTd 2017, Oxygen, 0.14.0 provides a more useable UMLX to QVTr to QVTc to QVTu to QVTm to QVTs to QVTi chain and so full editing, compliation, execution, debugging.
- QVTd 2018, Photon, 0.15.0 goes direct from QVTr to QVTs to start supporting QVTr overrides.
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From March 18th, 2020 to December 11th, 2022