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EMF-based Fault-Tree Analysis.
Support cutset generation, probability computation and probability consistencies.
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Submitted by Alberto Debiasi on Wed, 2018-07-11 04:38
I think there is a mismatch related to the license of the EMFTA tool. In the Eclipse Marketplace, the tool is available with EPL licence, but in the EMFTA website the tool is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.
Am I wrong?
Submitted by Wayne Carl on Thu, 2015-09-03 13:36
I have tried installing EMFTA on a 64-bit Windows7 system and a Ubuntu 14.04 system both using Eclipse Mars (Modeling Tools) by using the Drag and Drop method on this webpage. Sirius gets installed but when I try to setup a new project using New/Others drop down menus There is no EMFTA choice. Interestingly, there is information for both EMFTA and Sirius in the Help Contents. Looking at rte Installation details there is a folder for EMFTA but it's contents are Sirius only (Sirius Core Runtime, Sirius Integration with Xtext, Sirius Runtime IDE, Sirius Specifier Environment). Also I can create a Sirius Project.
I also tried on the Windows platform as shown on GitHub Help/InstallNewSoftware/Add "raw.githubusercontent.com/juli1/emfta/mars/edu.cmu.emfta.updatesite/" In the Version Subwindow it shows "There are no categorized items".
I'm looking forward to trying your system but I'm stuck.
Thanks for all your hard work!
Submitted by Julien Delange on Fri, 2015-09-04 17:04
Please have a look at this bug report https://github.com/juli1/emfta/issues/25
You need Java 8 to have EMFTA working. Can you check your version of Java and make sure you have Java 8?
If it still does not work, please report a bug report there: https://github.com/juli1/emfta/issues
Thanks for your help
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