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M2M (Eclipse)

MMT (formerly called M2M) is the Eclipse implementation of the OMG QVT standard (the Eclipse foundation is now a member of OMG as of January 2007). MMT is a subproject of Eclipse Modeling Project (EMP).

Three components are available for model to model transformations:

  • ATL (ATLAS Transformation Language) from INRIA
  • Procedural QVT, from Borland
  • Declarative QVT, from Obeo

Implementations announced by Obeo and Borland should be available in the near future.

External links

  • MMT Project home page
  • [news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.modeling.m2m M2M newsgroup] : Updated information is available from the corresponding newsgroup, providing latest news on the evolution of the three implementations and of bridges between them.


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