Collaborative Development using eGit

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
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Modeling Domain Specific Languages

Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) are presently all the rage.  The concept has existed since the first time a programmer used a programming language to define another programming language.  The core idea is to define a language that is natural to a user in a “specific domain”.  An example presented in the linked video tutorial focuses
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