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Prerequisites: JDK 6 (JDK7 will also work) Eclipse Modeling 3.7.2 or newer (we regularly test and develop with Eclipse 4.2 Juno) Xtext SDK 2.3, Xtend SDK 2.3 available from http://download.eclipse.org/modeling/tmf/xtext/updates/composite/releases/ it is best to start with the Juno Modeling Tools distribution and then install Xtext and Xtend from the Eclipse Marketplace Warning! There are known issues with the upcoming Xtext/Xtend 2.4 release. As of now, you cannot use EMF-IncQuery with this version.
Some tips for the installation: Uncheck "Contact all update sites during install to find required software" to ensure reasonable performance during the installation process If you have some other Eclipse Indigo installation, make sure to uninstall older versions of Xtext, Xtend and MWE2 before installing Xtext and Xtend 2.3 Only check Xtext SDK and Xtend SDK features, the rest will be added automatically It is best to use a fresh, new workspace for experimentation
Update site for EMF-IncQuery: EMF-IncQuery is available from eclipse.org - see http://eclipse.org/incquery/download.php
Creating your first query The built-in cheat sheet should help you with the first steps. We also maintain a web-based tutorial here. Additionally, you can check the School and BPMN introductory walkthrough examples to help you get started.
Examples You can find a list of more complex examples here.
Next steps A few pointers to move on from here: