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JaMoPP
Bridging the gap between models and source code.

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  • July 31th 2012 JaMoPP 1.4.0 is available from our update site. This release contains many enhancements and new features (For details please also consult the Release Notes):
    • Complete Eclipse-independent core: Using JaMoPP as a library outside of Eclipse and OSGi is now even easier. The JaMoPP core is now completely Eclipse-independent and can be obtained from our new Maven repository (http://www.jamopp.org/maven-repository).
    • Improved Eclipse JDT integration: The (optional) integration of JaMoPP with the Eclipse Java Development Tools (JDT) has been improved. JaMoPP now reads and updates its classpath from the JDT when running inside Eclipse.
    • Complete layout preservation and layout modification API: JaMoPP now preserves the layout of your code down to the last whitespace character. Layout information is also moved around together with elements if you modify the Java model (e.g. when performing refactorings). If you want to control the layout yourself, you can now do that via an API as you do for any other part of the Java model.
    • Enhanced API for model creation and modification: The JaMoPP API now comes with a large set of utility methods for modifying the Java model and creating new (sets of) elements.
    • Performance improvements: The performance in applying JaMoPP on large code bases has been improved.
  • July 2nd 2012 CommentTemplate - a code generation tool for Java developers built with JaMoPP - was released and presented at the ECMFA conference in Kopenhagen.
  • July 25th 2011 JaMoPP 1.3.0 is available from our update site. This is a bugfix release that provides better integration of JaMoPP with the JDT. For details please consult the Release Notes.
  • April 28th 2011 JaMoPP 1.2.4 is available from our update site. This is a bugfix release. For details please consult the Release Notes.
  • February 3rd 2011 We have set up a continuous build server that creates a fresh update site whenever a change is committed to the SVN repository. Now, you can install these builds from http://www.emftext.org/update_trunk. No more waiting for the next release!
  • December 9th 2010 JaMoPP 1.2.3 is available from our update site. This is a bugfix release. For details please consult the Release Notes.
  • October 2nd 2010 Information about the EMFText/JaMoPP tutorial to be held next week at the MODELS2010 conference is available here.
  • October 1st 2010 JaMoPP 1.2.2 is available from our update site. This is a bugfix release. For details please consult the Release Notes.
  • September 22nd 2010 JaMoPP 1.2.1 is available from our update site. For details please consult the Release Notes of the corresponding EMFText release (1.3.1). We strongly recommend to update.
  • July 7th 2010 JaMoPP 1.2.0 is available from our update site. For details please consult the Release Notes of the corresponding EMFText release (1.3.0). We strongly recommend to update.
  • June 17th 2010 A tutorial on EMFText and JaMoPP will be held at this years MODELS conference in Oslo (on October 5th 2010). See the conference website for more details.
  • June 1st 2010 eJava (a language based on JaMoPP) will be presented at the Eclipse DemoCamp Helios on June 8th at the Faculty of Computer Science.
  • March 5th 2010 JaMoPP 1.1.2 is available from our update site. This is a bugfix release. For details please consult the Release Notes of the corresponding EMFText release (1.2.3). We strongly recommend to update.
  • February 20th 2010 JaMoPP 1.1.1 is available from our update site. This is a mainly a bugfix release, but it does also integrate JaMoPP more closely with the Eclipse JDT. For details please consult the Release Notes of the corresponding EMFText release (1.2.2). We strongly recommend to update.
  • January 25th 2010 The JaMoPP website is launched together with a new logo.