|Re: [ATL] Problem with inter-model references [message #47432 is a reply to message #47041]
||Tue, 19 June 2007 05:32
| Dennis Wagelaar
Registered: July 2009
Jens v.P. schreef:|
> some (long) time ago I posted a message (on the ATL mailing list) about
> a problem I had with inter-model references.
> Depending on the names of the models declared in the transformation,
> inter-model connection worked -- or didn't. I figured out that the names
> of the models had to chosen in an appropriate alphabetical order. Freddy
> Allilaire opened a bug report about that issue
> (https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=136107). This bug report
> has still status "NEW". I'm not sure about the status of the bugs after
> ATL was moved from the GMT project to M2M. Is it still open? Is there a
> new bug?
> I've run into this bug again since I'm developing some ATL
> transformations (again) with inter-model connections. This time I'm
> starting ATL programmatically; I've adapted Denis Wagelaars ATL command
> line tool
> ( http://ssel.vub.ac.be/svn-gen/UML1CaseStudies/uml1cs-atlcomm andline/src/org/atl/commandline/Main.java).
> So maybe the bug is fixed, but I've implemented the old bug in my code?
> But as far as I see it, the command line tool just as
> AtlLaunchConfigurationDelegate are using maps to pass all the input
> parameters, so I doubt that this will cause the bug...
I've looked at the bug report and added a comment...
> The funny thing is: The bug occurs only with JDK 1.5, when using JDK 1.6
> it's running. Maybe I should add this information to the bug report (if
> it's still active)?
Yes, please do that. Even if the bug is not "actively" worked on at the
moment, the bugzilla is a good "log" of what goes on:
- does the reporter still suffer from the bug?
- can the bug be reproduced?
- do other people suffer from the bug?
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