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Help for those using Umple to model and program
The entries below are for _users_of Umple , i.e. those who want to model or program various types of systems using Umple.
VIDEO A: Using UmpleOnline Tim Lethbridge walks you through the features of the UmpleOnline website, including editing models textually and graphically, and generating Java code.
VIDEO B: Developing a simple library system with Umple This demonstrates writing a system textually in Umple that incorporates UML associations, attributes and state machines, as well as a little embedded Java code. The tool used is UmpleOnline. The video also shows how to look at the generated API.
VIDEO D: An in-depth look at state machines, both in UML and Umple This video explores a UML state machine for a garage door, and its Umple equivalent. It illustrates concepts such as events, transitions, guards, entry actions, exit actions and do activities.
umplerun(.jar) A command line tool for executing commands against an umple model.
Help for those developing and improving Umple
This section helps show you to enhance, edit and fix Umple itself. For example, perhaps you are extending the language with new constructs, or adding additional testing, or fixing a bug.
We suggest that the first thing you do is to learn to use Umple, as described above. Then you can learn to improve it by becoming a contributor, as described below
UPDATED VIDEO 1: Setting up Eclipse so that you can become a developer of Umple (Indigo) - YouTube Video Below. This is an updated video to the one below by Miguel showing how to install Umple within Eclipse's latest version Indigo. Run time 2:27 minutes.
Previous version VIDEO 1: Setting up Eclipse so that you can become a developer of Umple. Andrew Forward demonstrates the first steps of setting up your development environment in order to make some changes to the language. It illustrates pointing Eclipse at the checked-out subversion repository, setting up an Eclipse project pointing to relevant directories in that project. It is suggested that you copy this URL and point your video player, such as QuickTime to it so it will stream to you. Total download file size 215MB. Run time 28 minutes.
VIDEO 3: Setting up Ant. Ant is used to build Umple, however it is important to have the right version and plugins. If you have trouble, this video will show you some of the steps we took to get the right version of ant and certain plugins installed. YouTube video. Run time 8:40.
VIDEO 4: Extending the Umple Grammar and Populating the Metamodel. This shows, in particular our rigorous adherence to test-driven development. Size 330MB. Run time 59 minutes.
Editing Generic Templates EditingGenericJetTemplates
Configuring UmpleTL Projects Configuring Jet Projects
To create a branch with changes you have made (or will make) then push so a PR can be made on github
git add WHATEVER git status git checkout -b NEWBRANCH git commit -m 'DESCRIPTION' git push --set-upstream origin NEWBRANCH
Repeat git push if you make further changes
Go on Github to make a pull request out of your changes.
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