Quick and Dirty version:
- Download Eclipse Modeling Tools
- Extract and run it
- In the Eclipse's 'Help' menu, click at 'Instal Modeling Components'
- Select 'Operational QVT' and follow the wizard
- Go to the Eclipse Modeling Tools site and download it. Wait, you don't know the Eclipse website url? Let's find out
- Waaaait for it. Once it is downloaded, move it to the folder you want it to be installed in (Let's say, 'C:\EclipseModeling') and extract it there. Waaaait for it. A 'eclipse' folder will be created. Open it and run Eclipse
- Once Eclipse is open, go in the 'Help' menu and click at 'Instal Modeling Components'
- In the wizard that follows, select 'Operational QVT' (in the Model to Model section) and click 'Finish'
- Waaaait for it. When the installation is finished, you'll be requested to restart your Eclipse. Go on.
- Waaaait for it (I promise you this is the last one). Now you're done! If you wanna check it, go to 'File/New/Other...' menu (Ctrl+N) and see that you can create a new 'Model to Model Transformation/Operational QVT Project'.
Ok, now we know it: http://www.eclipse.org/
Click at 'downloads', select the operating system and download it.
|Download area - Select OS and then download the Eclipse Modeling Tools|
|And run eclipse.exe (if Windows)|
The Eclipse will ask you to select a workspace folder, i.e., a project folders. Browse for a folder (or use the default one) and click 'Ok'.
|In doubt, just press 'Ok'|
Waaaait for it. Press 'Next' and then 'Next' again.
|...and 'Next' again|
Here you are expected to read the license agreement, select 'I accept the terms of the license agreement' and click 'Finish'.
|'I accept' and 'Finish'|
|New 'Operational QVT Project'|