Eclipse Integration v.4.0.8.0

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MDG Integration for Eclipse and Enterprise Architect bring the best of UML 2.1 to your favorite IDEMDG Integration brings many of the benefits and rich modeling power of Enterprise Architect and UML 2.1 to Eclipse. Intuitive navigation and editing of the model is provided directly inside the IDE using the EA Project Explorer. At the click of a button, MDG Integration allows you to reverse engineer and generate code from UML elements using EA's template driven Code Engineering Framework. Reporting and documentation is also covered, with high-quality rich text and web-based document generation built-in. With support for MDA transformations, Baseline management and Engineering of key XML based technologies, MDG Integration provides the functionality required of a fully fledged modeling platform right inside Eclipse.OverviewKeep on Track and Share the VisionBy providing developers with access to analysis and design blue-prints directly within the IDE, MDG Integration helps to keep architects, analysts and developers all on the same page. The simple and intuitive interface provided by MDG Integration ensures a minimal learning curve for developers who maybe more comfortable working from the IDE or do not necessarily possess modeling expertise. The model information is concise and easily accessed. A built-in Model Discussion Forum also facilitates communication across the whole project team, allowing peers to collaborate and exchange ideas relating to the model.The MDG Integration for Eclipse is only available for Professional and Corporate editions of Enterprise Architect. View the System Requirements for the MDG Integration for Eclipse. MDG Integration for Eclipse System Requirements - InteldlT« Pentium III 1 GHhz class processor (or better).- MicrosoftdlT« Windows 2000 (SP4 or later), Windows 2000 Server (SP3 or later), Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista (32bit) or Windows 2003 Server.- RAM - 256 MB (more RAM will improve performance).- Enterprise Architect Version 7.5 Build 843 or later, Professional Edition and above.- 10 MB of available hard-disk space.- Eclipse 3.1 or higher.- JDK 1.5- 1024x768 resolution or greater. More Information: * View Installation Guide (pdf) for MDG Integration for Eclipse * For further information, please see the MDG Integration for Eclipse User Guide, in pdf format (1.36 MB) * The previous version of MDG Integration for Eclipse can be downloaded for Enterprise Architect 7.1 and earlier

MDG Integration for Eclipse and Enterprise ...

engineering, generation, support, document, framework, reporting, management, model, information, windows

 
  • Eclipse Integration
  • 4.0.8.0
  • Sparx Systems Pty Ltd.
  • WinXP, Win2003, Win Vista
  • Shareware
  • 7.54 Mb
  • 207
 
 

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