How to get started: Builds & Target Platform 
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 development of all the GMF projects (Tooling, Runtime and Notation ). Older discussions can be found in the
 <a href="">Mailing List Archive</a>.</p>
-<h3>Hot to get started: Sources</h3>
+<h3>How to get started: Sources</h3>
 	GMF Tooling sources are located in the <a href="">Eclipse GIT repository</a>. 
 	Sources for this web-site can be found in <a href="">separate repository</a>.
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 	<li><a href="/gmf-tooling/developers/projectSet-examples.psf">examples</a>.</li>
+<h3>How to get started: Target Platform</h3>
+	The simplest way to setup target platform and ensure that all required dependencies are installed is as follows: 
+	<ul> 
+	<li>create separate Eclipse installation, start from either <a href="">Modeling or DSL Package</a></li>
+	<li>ensure that appropriate update site for Eclipse Simultaneous Release is enabled</li> 
+	<li>install GMF Tooling from appropriate <a href="/gmf-tooling/download.php">update sites</a>, ensure that "Contact all update sites" option is enabled</li> 
+	<li>use the result installation as a target platform: (Eclipse Preferences / Plugin Development / Target Platform)</li>
+	</ul>
+<h3>How to get started: Builds</h3>
+	GMF Tooling uses Tycho / Maven for builds, detailed instructions on how to build it locally may be found <a href="">at the Wiki</a>.
+	For production GMF Tooling uses <a href="">Hudson instance separate</a>, the Gerrit-triggered builds may be found <a href="">here</a>.
 Check GMF Tooling <a href="">Contributors Area</a> Wiki.