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What class implements the context menu for.genmodel file? [message #378354] Thu, 31 August 2006 21:24 Go to next message
Michael Giroux is currently offline Michael GirouxFriend
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I have a project that includes code generated from a .genmodel file.
Currently, I am opening the .genmodel file in an editor, then right-click on
the root node and select the "Generate All" context menu which generates
additional projects based on the model. I would like to automate this step
of generating the sources from the .genmodel file, but I'm not able to find
the code I need to invoke.

I've been digging through the plug-in registry for a while now and cannot
find the EMF plugin that implements this menu item. I would like to invoke
the code using an ANT script, but will be happy if I can do it from a Java
application.

Can someone point me at the code I need for this. I'll continue to search
the plugin registry, and EMF documentation.

Thanks
Michael Giroux
Re: What class implements the context menu for.genmodel file? [message #378355 is a reply to message #378354] Thu, 31 August 2006 21:30 Go to previous message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn HusseyFriend
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Michael,

This question should be posted to the EMF newsgroup. (If you search that
newsgroup you should also be able to find previous posts on this subject.)

Kenn

"Michael Giroux" <michael.giroux@bull.com> wrote in message
news:ed7k21$uoj$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I have a project that includes code generated from a .genmodel file.
>Currently, I am opening the .genmodel file in an editor, then right-click
>on the root node and select the "Generate All" context menu which generates
>additional projects based on the model. I would like to automate this step
>of generating the sources from the .genmodel file, but I'm not able to find
>the code I need to invoke.
>
> I've been digging through the plug-in registry for a while now and cannot
> find the EMF plugin that implements this menu item. I would like to
> invoke the code using an ANT script, but will be happy if I can do it from
> a Java application.
>
> Can someone point me at the code I need for this. I'll continue to search
> the plugin registry, and EMF documentation.
>
> Thanks
> Michael Giroux
>
Re: What class implements the context menu for.genmodel file? [message #579067 is a reply to message #378354] Thu, 31 August 2006 21:30 Go to previous message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn HusseyFriend
Messages: 1618
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Michael,

This question should be posted to the EMF newsgroup. (If you search that
newsgroup you should also be able to find previous posts on this subject.)

Kenn

"Michael Giroux" <michael.giroux@bull.com> wrote in message
news:ed7k21$uoj$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I have a project that includes code generated from a .genmodel file.
>Currently, I am opening the .genmodel file in an editor, then right-click
>on the root node and select the "Generate All" context menu which generates
>additional projects based on the model. I would like to automate this step
>of generating the sources from the .genmodel file, but I'm not able to find
>the code I need to invoke.
>
> I've been digging through the plug-in registry for a while now and cannot
> find the EMF plugin that implements this menu item. I would like to
> invoke the code using an ANT script, but will be happy if I can do it from
> a Java application.
>
> Can someone point me at the code I need for this. I'll continue to search
> the plugin registry, and EMF documentation.
>
> Thanks
> Michael Giroux
>
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