[palladio-dev] [sdq-dev] Beginner - modify PCM

Philipp Merkle merkle at ipd.uni-karlsruhe.de
Sat Mar 15 10:52:11 CET 2014


please have a look at our wiki [1], especially the section "Working with 
a PCM Installation".

What's most important: check out only the projects from SVN that you 
want to modify. After doing so, you launch another "inner" Eclipse 
instance from your "outer" Eclipse (where development and debugging 
takes place). Your code changes to Palladio are then automatically 
applied to the inner Eclipse instance.

Best regards,

[1] https://sdqweb.ipd.kit.edu/wiki/PCM_Development/Getting_Started

Am 15.03.2014 09:53, schrieb Poovizhi Panpa:
> Hi all
> I'm a beginner to PCM. I'm currently pursuing my Masters in Software 
> Engineering. I have to complete my project in two months. *I would 
> like to make changes to the PCM source code and apply it locally on my 
> system. I do not want to disturb the original centralized code, 
> *because it takes time to get it approved. How can I do it?
> Thanks in advance.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Poovizhi Panpa
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