This section shows information about SO posts concerning the tag
papyrus during the last 5 years (i.e.Â from
2015-09-22). The list of questions for this tag can be browsed on the Stack Overflow web site.
112posts related to
34of them (
56%) have an accepted answered.
10actually have answers but none of them is accepted.
17have no answer at all.
0.84answers to questions.
The wordcloud on the right details frequent words used in the question titles. The size and colour of the words depend on their number of appearances in questions. It shows what are the concerns and issues of people when dealing with the project.
The following recent questions (less than 1 month old) have been asked more than 2 days ago and still have no answer. Would you like to check them?
|How can I attach Papyrus source code to eclipse||2020-09-18 16:55:52||0||12|
There are 27 questions without an accepted answer, including
27 with a score superior or equal to 1. The following table lists the top ten questions that had no accepted answer, sorted by number of views.
The plot on the left shows the number of questions related to
modeling.mdt.papyrus across the years. Questions with an accepted answer are plotted in blue, while questions without an accepted answer are plotted in red.
|How to model object creation in a sequence diagram with Papyrus||2017-01-10 16:04||0||1292|
|Generating UML class diagram from XML file||2017-08-31 13:20||1||584|
|How to install Papyrus on eclipse-CDT without update site ?||2016-06-08 11:50||0||415|
|How to check SysML stereotypes with Acceleo?||2017-06-08 08:25||1||352|
|Eclipse with Papyrus OCL based JAVA code generation||2017-05-23 20:12||2||345|
|Papyrus vs UML2 plugin||2016-03-25 21:13||2||337|
|actor lifeline in a sequence diagram of papyrus||2018-10-06 11:33||4||328|
|Running Moka Papyrus 2.0 BasicActiveObjectExample||2017-06-03 02:16||0||201|
|Documentation for python XMIparser API not found||2018-09-17 06:24||1||193|
|Fali to use getAppliedStereotype to get id and name of requirement||2018-09-11 03:22||0||191|
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2020-09-18. The size of bubbles show the score they got by SO users.
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