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[MOFScript] Getting Started [message #384812] Tue, 19 August 2008 18:04 Go to next message
Sarah is currently offline SarahFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi all,

I'm working in a development team here and was in search of a eclipse
plugin that would make some m2t tranformations. I was very excited when i
found MOFScript and started to learn it. But i have some doubts, and i
will be very grateful if you can help me.

I was trying to install MOFScript, so i updated my Eclipse with the
MOFScript version 1.3.0, everything has gone well but i wasn't able to
generate m2t files (the new->mofscript file didn't appear in the wizard).
So i tried to install a previous version (1.1.1) and it worked. If i use
the 1.1.1 version will i lose any MOFScript's funcionalities?? Did i do
something wrong?

Sorry to bother you all (this is only the first time =D) and thanks!
Re: [MOFScript] Getting Started [message #384813 is a reply to message #384812] Wed, 20 August 2008 08:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gøran K. Olsen is currently offline Gøran K. OlsenFriend
Messages: 184
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Diego,

I am not sure what went wrong, but if you have a new eclipse installation of
Eclipse3.4 Modeling, and uses the update site at www.modelbased.net it
should work.

The 1.1.1 version was used with Eclipse 3.1/3.2, and there have been several
bug-fixes and new features since then.

I would strongly recommend that you try to get the latest version working.
And if you can, make a new installation of Eclipse 3.4 (Modeling Bundle)
from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/

-Download and install Eclipse 3.4 Modeling Bundle
-Run MOFScript Update Site

Cheers,
G
Re: [MOFScript] Getting Started [message #384826 is a reply to message #384813] Thu, 21 August 2008 19:55 Go to previous message
Sarah is currently offline SarahFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

Thanks Mr. Olsen. I tried the 3.4 modeling eclipse and it worked perfectly
with the 1.3 MOF version.
Now, is there some kind of a tutorial where i could learn MOFScript from
the beginnning? I wish something more "basic" than the user guide 0.6
instead of coming here all time and bothering you. Thanks
Re: [MOFScript] Getting Started [message #619723 is a reply to message #384812] Wed, 20 August 2008 08:18 Go to previous message
Gøran K. Olsen is currently offline Gøran K. OlsenFriend
Messages: 184
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Diego,

I am not sure what went wrong, but if you have a new eclipse installation of
Eclipse3.4 Modeling, and uses the update site at www.modelbased.net it
should work.

The 1.1.1 version was used with Eclipse 3.1/3.2, and there have been several
bug-fixes and new features since then.

I would strongly recommend that you try to get the latest version working.
And if you can, make a new installation of Eclipse 3.4 (Modeling Bundle)
from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/

-Download and install Eclipse 3.4 Modeling Bundle
-Run MOFScript Update Site

Cheers,
G
Re: [MOFScript] Getting Started [message #619959 is a reply to message #384813] Thu, 21 August 2008 19:55 Go to previous message
Sarah is currently offline SarahFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

Thanks Mr. Olsen. I tried the 3.4 modeling eclipse and it worked perfectly
with the 1.3 MOF version.
Now, is there some kind of a tutorial where i could learn MOFScript from
the beginnning? I wish something more "basic" than the user guide 0.6
instead of coming here all time and bothering you. Thanks
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