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TCS building problem [message #384246] Sat, 19 July 2008 11:19 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mozafara.cs.man.ac.uk

Hi,
I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
/org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the old
version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #384252 is a reply to message #384246] Mon, 21 July 2008 12:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: no.email.com

Hi,

You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
The instruction for installing TCS are here :
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features

I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
/cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).

Amin Mozafari wrote :
> Hi,
> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the old
> version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #384257 is a reply to message #384252] Mon, 21 July 2008 20:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mozafara.cs.man.ac.uk

Thanks for the instructions. In fact, antlr runtime from v3_0_0 branch
is mandatory to satisfy build dependencies. However, the sample language
project that comes with every new TCS project did not run properly.
At first try the build system was looking for antlr3 library, which I
downloaded from antlr.org and added to my project under syntax
directory. I had to rename it to project_name-parser.jar to stop the
builder nagging. So far so good. Then I tried to inject the sample
language into the metamodel, but the saved model is just a one-liner xmi
file. The operation was unsuccessful without any error messages.
Do you think it is a parser problem? I tried both versions 3.0 and 3.0.1
to no avail.


Joe Macintosh wrote:
> Hi,
>
> You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
> The instruction for installing TCS are here :
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features
>
>
> I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
> /cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).
>
> Amin Mozafari wrote :
>> Hi,
>> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
>> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
>> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
>> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
>> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the
>> old version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #384258 is a reply to message #384257] Mon, 21 July 2008 22:55 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: no.email.com

I have the same problem...

Amin Mozafari wrote :
> Thanks for the instructions. In fact, antlr runtime from v3_0_0 branch
> is mandatory to satisfy build dependencies. However, the sample language
> project that comes with every new TCS project did not run properly.
> At first try the build system was looking for antlr3 library, which I
> downloaded from antlr.org and added to my project under syntax
> directory. I had to rename it to project_name-parser.jar to stop the
> builder nagging. So far so good. Then I tried to inject the sample
> language into the metamodel, but the saved model is just a one-liner xmi
> file. The operation was unsuccessful without any error messages.
> Do you think it is a parser problem? I tried both versions 3.0 and 3.0.1
> to no avail.
>
>
> Joe Macintosh wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
>> The instruction for installing TCS are here :
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features
>>
>>
>> I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
>> /cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).
>>
>> Amin Mozafari wrote :
>>> Hi,
>>> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
>>> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
>>> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
>>> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
>>> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the
>>> old version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #618246 is a reply to message #384246] Mon, 21 July 2008 12:14 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: no.email.com

Hi,

You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
The instruction for installing TCS are here :
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features

I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
/cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).

Amin Mozafari wrote :
> Hi,
> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the old
> version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #618516 is a reply to message #384252] Mon, 21 July 2008 20:08 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mozafara.cs.man.ac.uk

Thanks for the instructions. In fact, antlr runtime from v3_0_0 branch
is mandatory to satisfy build dependencies. However, the sample language
project that comes with every new TCS project did not run properly.
At first try the build system was looking for antlr3 library, which I
downloaded from antlr.org and added to my project under syntax
directory. I had to rename it to project_name-parser.jar to stop the
builder nagging. So far so good. Then I tried to inject the sample
language into the metamodel, but the saved model is just a one-liner xmi
file. The operation was unsuccessful without any error messages.
Do you think it is a parser problem? I tried both versions 3.0 and 3.0.1
to no avail.


Joe Macintosh wrote:
> Hi,
>
> You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
> The instruction for installing TCS are here :
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features
>
>
> I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
> /cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).
>
> Amin Mozafari wrote :
>> Hi,
>> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
>> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
>> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
>> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
>> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the
>> old version of ATL?
Re: TCS building problem [message #618520 is a reply to message #384257] Mon, 21 July 2008 22:55 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: no.email.com

I have the same problem...

Amin Mozafari wrote :
> Thanks for the instructions. In fact, antlr runtime from v3_0_0 branch
> is mandatory to satisfy build dependencies. However, the sample language
> project that comes with every new TCS project did not run properly.
> At first try the build system was looking for antlr3 library, which I
> downloaded from antlr.org and added to my project under syntax
> directory. I had to rename it to project_name-parser.jar to stop the
> builder nagging. So far so good. Then I tried to inject the sample
> language into the metamodel, but the saved model is just a one-liner xmi
> file. The operation was unsuccessful without any error messages.
> Do you think it is a parser problem? I tried both versions 3.0 and 3.0.1
> to no avail.
>
>
> Joe Macintosh wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> You have to check out the R2_1_0_dev branch from ATL.
>> The instruction for installing TCS are here :
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TCS/Language_Project#Installing_the_ Required_Features
>>
>>
>> I also had to check out org.antlr.runtime from the branch 3_0_0 from
>> /cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.orbit. (I don't know if it is mandatory).
>>
>> Amin Mozafari wrote :
>>> Hi,
>>> I am trying to build TCS plugins from CVS head but the file
>>> /org.eclipse.gmt.tcs.builder/src/org/eclipse/gmt/tcs/builder /ct/definition/ACGTransformation.java
>>> references the package org.eclipse.m2m.atl.engine.ASMRetriever which
>>> does not exist in the atl 2.0 release of Ganymede. Is there any
>>> workaround to make TCS work under Ganymede without going back to the
>>> old version of ATL?
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