[palladio-dev] Request of Help with Palladio
steffen.becker at uni-paderborn.de
Mon Aug 20 07:32:16 CEST 2012
Dear Giovanni & Marco,
besides your technical problems, I wanted to direct you to two Palladio
projects which seem to do already what you plan to do. One the one side
there is the DESCARTES project  targeting runtime analysis and
adaptation and on the other side there is Simulizar , a design-time
analysis of self-adaptive systems for PCM (sadly, most docu here is
available in German only at the moment).
Maybe you would like to tell us more specifically your objectives, so
that we could help you aligning with these projects?
Am 19.08.12 12:55, schrieb Giovanni Paolo Gibilisco:
> Hi to all developers,
> I'm Giovanni Gibilisco, a student of Politecnico di Milano working with
> my colleague Marco Miglierina on our master thesis, our goal is to
> expand Palladio by developing an Addon in order to build and analize
> evolvable software. The addon fundamentally should run the analysis
> offered by Palladio and modify some parameters in the software in order
> to achieve certain goals, the idea is to keep the model of the software
> and all the analysis of it alive at runtime to perform adaptation.
> Right now we are tring to do the checkout of Palladio in order to see
> how to develop the addon. We followed the guide in:
> http://sdqweb.ipd.kit.edu/wiki/PCM_Development/Getting_Started but we
> encoutered some errors with the .psf file while checking out the code.
> Looking at the errors we found that some packages were moved within the
> svn from their original locations and are not available. We modified the
> file in order to retreive the missing packages using the structure of
> the svn in
> https://svnserver.informatik.kit.edu/i43/svn/code/Palladio/ and did the
> checkout again but there are still many compilation errors in most of
> the projects imported by eclipse (mostly due to missing dependencies
> within the various plugins).
> We would like to know if there is a "clean" way to checkout a working
> version of the code.
> Thanks for your attention.
Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Becker
University of Paderborn Phone: (+49 5251) 60-3320
Heinz Nixdorf Institute Fax: (+49 5251) 60-3530
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Software Engineering Research Group E-Mail: steffen.becker at upb.de
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