Embedded sample in your Kermeta installation:
- In Eclipse, click on New > Example > FSM Demo or Kermeta samples, then a project will be created with all needed files.
- FSM: this samples demonstrates the use of Kermeta to create a Kermeta
metamodel, how to specify the behavior of a Finite State Machine
metamodel and how to run Kermeta. Documentation for the FSM demo. (FSM sample works with 2 eclipse projects
fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta.samples.fsm.demo. The demo project contains
all the Kermeta code)
- Kermeta samples are related to kmLogo, Class2RDBMS, Arabic2Roman,...
- Open and try the samples in the imported projects. The launch configurations are automaticaly added in the "Run Configuration ..." dialog box (via *.launch files)
- class2RDBMS specificity: Before to launching the sample, you must register the 2 metamodels: ClassMM.ecore and RDBMSMM.ecore
Registering the packages of a metamodel: this facility is available through the KerMeta menu entry of the
Ecore files contextual menu ("KerMeta > Register EPackages into
repository"). It registers all the packages defined into a metamodel in
the EMF repository (the updated list of registered packages is
displayed into the Console view).
Once registered, these packages can be referred to through their URI instead of using the file path to the metamodel that define them.
Note: that this registration is
not persistent, which means that it has to be performed again for each
new Eclipse session. Note also that the reverse facility (unregistering
the packages of a metamodel from the EMF repository) is also available.
We provides several samples that you can download and try.
- Simply download the zip files from http://gforge.inria.fr/plugins/scmcvs/cvsweb.php/kermeta_projects/fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta/zips/?cvsroot=kermeta
- Then from eclipse, create a simple project or a Kermeta project with the same name as the zip file (without the ".zip"), import the zip file in the project (select the project, File > import > import archive)
- Open and try the samples in the imported projects. The launch configuration are automaticaly added in the "Run Configuration ..." dialog box (via *.launch files)
The project called fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta.samples contains the following demos :
- Arabic2Roman transformation
- A sample example of how to use kunit (the JUnit-like for Kermeta)
(note: These samples are directly extracted from our cvs, they are uptodate with the current CVS release, these samples are in CVS at: fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta.samples)
Categorization of samples / demos:
|Sample \ Use case ||Prototyping and simulation ||Model transformation ||Constraint checking |
(Finite State Machine)
| Arabic2Roman (MTIP)||arabic2roman.launch|
There are some other older samples that may still work but that I haven't checked in the latest release. I leave them here until I rewrite the additional explanations
- MTIP : this page contains material for the Model Transformation In Practice (MTIP) Workshop co-located with the Models 2005 conference
- kmLogo : This samples demonstrates the use of Kermeta to specify the behavior of a simple language : Logo.
Last modified 18.06.2007 11:17 AM