From what I understand, the bitreactive block models are UML 2 activity diagrams and state machines, right?
Is there a documented way to access/use the bitreactive block models that would allow me to use them as input for my own code generators?
Is there a public REST-API to access shared libraries and projects? This would be interesting for us since we have a code generation platform (Virtual Developer) where generators are executed on a server. The REST-API to access shared models would allow us (and others, too) to generate code from within non-Eclipse IDEs like Visual Studio, NetBeans or Intellij.
the models used in Reactive Blocks are indeed UML 2.0 activities and state machines, in addition to a UML profile to connect the building blocks with their respective contracts.
Currently, there is no publicly documented API to access the building blocks.
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