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diff --git a/packages/org.eclipse.epp.package.modeling.feature/epp.website.xml b/packages/org.eclipse.epp.package.modeling.feature/epp.website.xml
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bugzillaComponentId="modeling-package"
testPlan="http://www.eclipse.org/epp/testplan.php" >
<!-- Description is wrapped in CDATA tags to allow you to insert HTML code if necessary -->
- <description><![CDATA[The Modeling package provides tools and runtimes for building model-based applications.
- You can use it to graphically design domain models,to leverage those models at design time by creating and editing dynamic instances, to collaborate via Eclipse's team support with facilities for comparing and merging models and model instances structurally, and finally to generate Java code from those models to produce complete applications.
- In addition, via the package's discover catalog, you can easily install a wide range of additional powerful, model-based tools and runtimes to suit your specific needs.]]></description>
+ <description><![CDATA[This package contains framework and tools to leverage models : an Ecore graphical modeler (class-like diagram), Java code generation utility for RCP applications and the EMF Framework, model comparison support, support for XSD schemas, OCL and graphical modeler runtimes. It includes a complete SDK, developer tools and source code.]]></description>
<!-- packageTesters is a list of the people that are testing the package -->
<packageTesters>
<tester>C├ędric Brun</tester>

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