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|Developer(s)||Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique, Atos, Cedric Dumoulin (LIFL)|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Linux, OS X|
Papyrus is an Open Source UML 2 tool  based on Eclipse and licensed under the EPL. It can either be used as a standalone tool or as an Eclipse plugin. Papyrus provides support for Domain Specific Languages and SysML. Papyrus is designed to be easily extensible.
Papyrus is a graphical editing tool for UML2 as defined by OMG. Papyrus provides support for UML profiles. Every part of Papyrus may be customized: model explorer, diagram editors, property editors, etc.
Papyrus also provides a complete support to SysML in order to enable model-based system engineering. It includes an implementation of the SysML static profile and the specific graphical editors required for SysML.
A variant of Papyrus, Papyrus for Real Time (Papyrus-RT), implements UML-RT, a Domain Sepcific Language (DSL) designed for realtime embedded systems development. UML-RT is a UML-based variant of Real-Time Object-Oriented Modeling (ROOM).
- The Eclipse Foundation. "Project plan for Papyrus, version 1.0.0". Retrieved 22 September 2014.
- The Eclipse Foundation. "Downloads". Retrieved 22 September 2014.
- Sébastien Gérard; Cédric Dumoulin; Patrick Tessier; Bran Selic (2010). "Papyrus: A UML2 Tool for Domain-Specific Language Modeling". In (eds.), Holger Giese ... [et al.]. Model-based engineering of embedded real-time systems International Dagstuhl Workshop, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, November 4-9, 2007 : revised selected papers. Berlin [etc.]: Spinger. pp. 361–368. ISBN 978-3-642-16277-0.
- Papyrus-RT Project proposal
- Papyrus for Real Time (Papyrus-RT) project at Eclipse
- Papyrus-RT web site
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- Papyrus, Eclipse Model Development Tools webpage
- Papyrus presentation at the Eclipse Conference 2010
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