ProR convinced us of the feasability of Open Source in a commercial setting. (Stefan Langer, resolut GmbH)
Interested Parties include Airbus, Obeo, Atos and many more (see Proposal)
The tool covers all important aspects of requirements management and provides dependability through open standards. (Stefan Langer, resolut GmbH)
ProR is the first open source reference implementation of ReqIF. (Dr. Michael Jastram, Formal Mind GmbH)
RMF is a framework for working with textual requirements, structured as ReqIF models, the industry standard for exchanging requirements. RMF uses natively ReqIF, the open standard for requirements exchange, allowing you to exchange requirements with many industry applications like Rational DOORS® or PTC integrity®.
ProR is the GUI that allows comfortable working with Requirements. It opens ReqIF files with a click, allowing you to immediately inspect and edit files. Powerful extensions exist for dealing with rich text, ReqIFz-Archives, and much more.
If you are just looking for a Requirements or ReqIF-Editor, just download ProR and start being productive. You can directly open .reqif files or create your own requirements document, as described in the Tutorial. RMF and ProR use ReqIF as the underlying data model, thereby providing compatibility with many industry tools.
RMF became an Eclipse project in November 2011 (Initial Proposal). As it is still developing at a rapid pace with some parts of the API still changing, it is still in incubation. Nevetheless, the data model is stable (as it is based on the OMG ReqIF standard), and it is already used in production environments.
The Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF) is an OMG Standard for exchaning requirements. ProR supports Version 1.0.1 and 1.1 (which are binary compatible), while code for handling RIF 1.1 and 1.2 is part of the RMF Core. ProR is used by the ProSTEP Implementor Forum for testing the various ReqIF implementations.
RMF provides a rich API to work with ReqIF models. ProR provides extension points, allowing the use of alternative renderers and behavior. Therefore, providing a seamless integration with other Eclipse tools and EMF models is comparably easy. This has been demonstrated in the FP7 research project Deploy.
A collection of useful utilities called ProR Essentials is available for free and allows, amongst other things, the correct rendering and editing of rich text (xhtml), handling of ReqIF archives (.reqifz) and more. Note that these are third-party extensions that are not part of Eclipse.
The following collection of links will hopefully help you find quickly what you are looking for.