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Update promote script to make sure right Eclipse-SDK is used
Change-Id: I8faff799b46b678a29cc2d9fcd00de8c50613504
Signed-off-by: jeremie.tatibouet <jeremie.tatibouet@cea.fr>
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README.md

		Moka

Moka is a Papyrus module for execution of UML models, which natively includes an execution engine complying with OMG standards foundational UML (fUML) and Precise Semantics of UML Composite Structures (PSCS). These standards deal with execution semantics of UML. Moka is integrated with the Eclipse debug framework to provide control, observation and animation facilities over executions. Moka can be easily extended to support alternative execution semantics, and thereby be adapted to multiple usage scenarios and domains.