This is the last installment of the “What’s New in Papyrus 1.1” series of blog entries.
In this last one, I’ll address the need of my toolsmiths by talking about internal improvements!
Under the hood
Element Types Configuration
You can now define in a central place all the actions on your model, e.g. the creation, the deletion and the edition of the elements. You can reuse these action definitions in the model explorer, the palettes, the modeling assistants, etc.
The existing diagram definitions can now be extended using Diagram Expansion framework. This framework let you add any kind of representation to existing ones, like new custom compartments for classifiers representations. This new feature is used for both the incoming support of SysML1.4 in Papyrus and for the upcoming Papyrus-RT project.
Test and debug
More than 400 bugs were closed since January 2014 for the 1.1.0 version. Also, more than 10000 unit tests run every night against Papyrus builds!
That’s it. I think it was a great release!
And if you want t link to all the information from the last three days, it is available on the Papyrus website!
Now go forth and model!