2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11623-0_26
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Abstract: Abstract. The dream of Model Driven Engineering (MDE) is that SoftwareEngineering activities should be performed only on models, but in practice a significant amount of programming is still being performed. There is a clear need to keep code and models strongly synchronized when they represent the same entities at different levels of abstraction. We observe that versioning is ill supported by MDE tools, and that no strong synchronization is ensured between code and model versions. This, among other things, exp… Show more

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“…Model/code co-evolution [2,4] is a classical problem of model-driven engineering (MDE): Every change to a model potentially leads to a change of the code generated from it, and if the generated code has been manually modified or enriched, generating it again bears the risk of losing or invalidating the added effort. Changing generated code on the other hand may require a corresponding adaptation of the model, unless one is willing to accept that the two get out of sync.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Model/code co-evolution [2,4] is a classical problem of model-driven engineering (MDE): Every change to a model potentially leads to a change of the code generated from it, and if the generated code has been manually modified or enriched, generating it again bears the risk of losing or invalidating the added effort. Changing generated code on the other hand may require a corresponding adaptation of the model, unless one is willing to accept that the two get out of sync.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%