Juno users: Sirius depends on more recent versions of some components that what is available by default from a Juno install.You need to add the following update-sites if you want to install Sirius 1.0.0 on Juno: The following important issues are present in the 1.0.0 release.Sirius is fully Open Source, but most of all, as it is completely customizable, a modeling workbench created with Sirius is natively based on your own business domain and provides the representations and features which really correspond to your different user's needs.Managing complexity requires breaking down a problem into simpler parts.See Editing a first AADL model for more information on how to use Osate 2.You can invoke the XText generation process to regenerate the sources from the grammars.They were identified after the code freeze and could not be fixed in time. no API break needed), they will be fixed in 1.0.x maintenance releases. Thanks everyone for your energy and your continued support since the launch of the Eclipse Sirius project in 2013.
reset=true&jql Query=project = EDITORS AND component = Sirius If you want to test the editors with a fresh install you should not use the aggregated nightly update site which contains all Palladio features, but the update site of the Sirius editors directly.
This update site is updated directly after a successful built of the editor features.
The aggregated update site on the other hand updates only once at around midnight.
You may need to switch to the SVN Perspective to get Eclipse to prompt. Subclipse is not well synchronized with the Navigator and you keep seeing temporary files and have to do a manual refresh.
Select the SVN kit according to the SVN server version (1.8 works for us). This assumes that you have cloned the repository  to your machine.