|API for accessing MOF model [message #793586]
||Wed, 08 February 2012 05:10
| Morten Krøyer
Registered: January 2012
I have taken over an old project that, among other things, is doing cross-reference analysis on EGL applications.
We would like that project to build on EDT by accessing the MOF model that is being build by the compiler. It seems, though, that the API for accessing that model has changed quite a lot (as could be expected ). I can't seem to find any documentation on how to do it, though.
Basically I think it's just a M2M generator I'm writing.
Is there any documentation on the API at it's current state?
I know it is still subject to change untill 1.0 is released, but it would be usefull for me to educate myself on the principles and get started on the project, and changes to the API can probably be incorporated easily.
The application i have taken over tries to do:
<some initialization stuff>
rootDir = "C:\\EGL\\irOutput";
partName = "dk.mytestpackage.programs.pgm1.TestPgm1";
part = IRLoader.loadEGLPart(rootDir, partName, null);
with the last line failing with a MofObjectNotFoundException.
I'm thinking that i probably don't want to use the loadEGLPart method anyway, since I don't want to access the EGL directly, but rather the MOF model. I've search the web-page and wiki for an API but haven't found anything.
Also I'm thinking that I want to access the EGLBin directory rather than the irOutput.
|Re: API for accessing MOF model [message #793882 is a reply to message #793586]
||Wed, 08 February 2012 12:54
| Paul Harmon
Registered: July 2009
Unfortunatly, there is no documentation for that class (aside from the comments in the source itself). I tried running a simple test and was able to recreate the problems you experienced. Since our focus has been on the IDE, no testing has been done on this class in some time.
I was able to locate the cause of the problem and have checked a fix. You can check out the updated source for this class from the cvs repository (dev.eclipse.org), or pick up the next nightly build.
I believe that this is the API that you want to use. This method will return the EObject (mof model) that represents an EGL part.
The EGLBin directory is the IDE equivalent of the IROutput directory. There should be no problem with using the EGLBin directory of an EGL project as the input directory for this tool.
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