One Fact is excited to announce xtUML 2015! This two day summit will cover xtUML methodology as well as open-source BridgePoint development. We look forward to engaging with the xtUML user base and facilitating connections between users and developers. We hope you can join us in Indiana. See the registration page for all the details.
Our team is very interested in helping new BridgePoint developers obtain the knowledge they need to enhance the tool. Recently we added a new “Model Translation / Model Compiler” section to the BridgePoint FAQ. The initial topics are: How does model translation work? What role does the model-based model compiler play? What is publicly available?
-> Continue reading Model Translation FAQs
With the move of the BridgePoint source to open source licensing, we have received patches to the source from the xtUML community. In order to collaborate in the development of BridgePoint, it is important for a developer to understand how to use Github and git, especially forking, cloning, creating remotes, and creating pull requests. We
-> Continue reading Collaborative Development using eGit
The BridgePoint source code is published on GitHub under the xtUML organization (http://github.com/xtuml). If you are new to git, it works fundamentally different than revision control systems like CVS and SVN. Chief among the differences is that each user has their own clone of the entire repository, rather than a single central repository.
-> Continue reading Getting Started with GitHub
Dear xtUML Follower, BridgePoint 100% Open Source All of BridgePoint is now Open Source Software. The full source code and documentation are accessible at github.com/xtuml. You can download an installable Open Source BridgePoint at xtuml.org/download. The Editor, Verifier and Model Compilers are now openly accessible, licensed under Apache 2.0. Feel free to download and
-> Continue reading Open Source BridgePoint