This is the end of this tutorial. Now you should be able to implement your own DSL language using Kermeta. Through this example, we provided a Model Delevelopment Kit (MDK) in order to help you build your own one from "just" an .ecore file and Kermeta. Like the FSM tutorial, this was a concrete example, the process is described in the Building DSL main process tutorial (See Building DSL with kermeta tutorials) with the "big picture" (See Introduction chapter) of what we've built here. Information on Kermeta language is available inside the manual and other tutorials on Kermeta are available on tutorial page (external link).
If you want to compare your results with the solution code deployed inside the Kermeta Eclipse or if you want to shortcut to the final results directly, you may launch File -> New -> Example... -> Kermeta Samples -> Logo tutorial - solution. It will load a bunch of project as shown in the project structure below :