|Re: OCL Example starts empty eclipse [message #32931 is a reply to message #32895]
||Thu, 12 July 2007 12:56
Originally posted by: cdamus.ca.ibm.com|
The OCL example is an interactive Console view in which you can evaluate OCL
expressions (in the "metamodel", or "M2" mode) and parse constraints on
classes, operations, and properties (in the "model", or "M1") mode.
The example contributes context-menu actions to the *.ecore, *.uml, and
*.extlibrary editors to open the OCL Console. You can also open it from
the "New Console" menu in Eclipse's Console View. See the Example Guide in
the OCL Developer Guide for details of how to use the example.
Christian Pfister wrote:
> Launching the OCL Example, a new empty eclipse starts.
> What now?
> Should I already see some content, or is this the place to open/create a
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