Hi,

I like the simple notation which is introduced in chapter 2 of the "DSL

Toolkit" book very much--is it possible to use the notation elements in

one's one work and even obtain vectorized versions of the graphics in

order to propagate an unified presentation? :)

Ad astra,

Markus]]>

The original source of the notation is found in PPT presentations, such as

the one used at EclipseSummit Europe:

https://www.gpublication.com/eclipse/#requestedContent=conte ntID://EclipseCo

nferences/ESE2008/25

You should be able to export a .png or other format from the slides. I

never did get around to creating diagrams in GMF for these, unfortunately.

HTH,

Rich

On 1/10/09 7:50 AM, in article gka5k5$d3h$1@build.eclipse.org, "Markus

Ueberall" <Markus.Ueberall@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,

>

> I like the simple notation which is introduced in chapter 2 of the "DSL

> Toolkit" book very much--is it possible to use the notation elements in

> one's one work and even obtain vectorized versions of the graphics in

> order to propagate an unified presentation? :)

>

> Ad astra,

> Markus]]>

The original source of the notation is found in PPT presentations, such as

the one used at EclipseSummit Europe:

https://www.gpublication.com/eclipse/#requestedContent=conte ntID://EclipseCo

nferences/ESE2008/25

You should be able to export a .png or other format from the slides. I

never did get around to creating diagrams in GMF for these, unfortunately.

HTH,

Rich

On 1/10/09 7:50 AM, in article gka5k5$d3h$1@build.eclipse.org, "Markus

Ueberall" <Markus.Ueberall@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,

>

> I like the simple notation which is introduced in chapter 2 of the "DSL

> Toolkit" book very much--is it possible to use the notation elements in

> one's one work and even obtain vectorized versions of the graphics in

> order to propagate an unified presentation? :)

>

> Ad astra,

> Markus]]>