The Eclipse platform has played a very significant role in the evolution of software engineering research over the last few years as it has provided mature infrastructure for the development of orthogonal but interoperable prototypes in areas including model driven engineering, code analysis, data visualisation, software measurement and testing and language development. The academic community has in turn embraced Eclipse and has contributed several tools back as open source projects (such as IMP, GEF3D, Mylyn, ATL, Epsilon etc) - some of which have been brought under the umbrella of the Eclipse Foundation. © 2013 Authors.

ACadeMics tooling with Eclipse: ACME'13 workshop summmary

Di Ruscio, Davide;
2013

Abstract

The Eclipse platform has played a very significant role in the evolution of software engineering research over the last few years as it has provided mature infrastructure for the development of orthogonal but interoperable prototypes in areas including model driven engineering, code analysis, data visualisation, software measurement and testing and language development. The academic community has in turn embraced Eclipse and has contributed several tools back as open source projects (such as IMP, GEF3D, Mylyn, ATL, Epsilon etc) - some of which have been brought under the umbrella of the Eclipse Foundation. © 2013 Authors.
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