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QiQu is a framework to support the MDA and MDSD approach. It transforms a UML model into source code. It lets you build your own domain-specific generators that transform your models into the code of your choice, respecting your architectural design. You are not limited to any predefined transformation engines or cartridges, nor to any predefined transformation rules. Since QiQu heavily relies on XML, you can not only convert from XMI (representing UML) to source code, but from any XML format into anything else.


Recent releases

  •  10 Nov 2008 10:09

    Release Notes: The "exists" function now supports document references. The "FileExists" function is now aware of the set "BaseDirectory". The "fileList" function was added to the "extra-lib". This function returns the names of all files in a directory.

    •  19 Apr 2008 07:03

      Release Notes: Corrections in the documentation, two new commands for handling MessagesBundle files, a check for property naming, and a new DeleteDir command.

      •  10 Aug 2007 18:46

        Release Notes: This release has been updated to work with Eclipse 3.3, and PDFs are generated for the tutorials with HTMLDOC.

        •  08 Jun 2007 08:53

          Release Notes: Extraslib examples were added to the Web site. A bug in which the script folder was not created when creating a new QiQuproject was fixed. The link to download the files directly from the qiqu was removed. Manually added classpath entries in a launch configuration were overwritten. Content in the Variables view (while debugging) is now sorted. When extending QiQu with commands which use additional libraries, the additional classpath entries in the launch configuration were not considered. This has been fixed.


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