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mirkohn
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Hello to everyone!
I am writing my diploma thesis with a topic "XMI Merger". If someone has time and interest to disscuss about it I am glad to read and write. In short: The XMI Merger should merge XMI files, that are generated from an UML tool. That is a diff and merge tool for three XMI files. The first, Base.xmi, is the first made file. The other two, Evaluation1 and Evaluation2 are its evaluations. The merger...
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SZ
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Sounds like an interesting thesis topic. Could you explain for what purpose someone would use this toolset?

I would imagine that this toolset could help somebody find out what changes have taken place in a model over time - kind of like the diff utility in CVS which shows the differences between versions of a file.

But don't keep us guessing... A little more explanation would help.

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SZ Thanks for your time and interest.
You are on right way. The megrer should trace all differences upon two versions of a model. But this is not it main purpose. As I started few days ago... One model is evaluated from different modelers (lets say) in same time. That is the so called concurent or parallel project development. In one moment of evaluation there is branching. The model version 1.3 branches to versions 1.3.1 and version 1.4. The both models are from that point of time independently evaluated with the purpose defined from its developers. So at "the end" we have three files. The version 1.3.1, 1.4 and the parent version 1.3. It would be nice to see all changes made from version 1.3 to versions 1.3.1 and 1.4. And what if all these changes are now implemented in model 1.3? That gives the result of concurent modeling. That is the moment of merging their work in one model. The merger is planed to do that...

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