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Requirement diagram with tooltip editpolicy [message #525134] Mon, 11 May 2009 09:21 Go to next message
Jean Michel Boulcourt is currently offline Jean Michel Boulcourt
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I don't know if it is the right place to post this message.

I bought the book "Eclipse Modeling Project" and trying to do the steps of
the different chapters.

I think there is an error in 4.4 paragraph (page 117): after creating the
dynamic instance of Toolip.xmi, it is said to load in the resource set the
file "requirements.genmodel".
I guess it is instead the file "requirements.gmfgen", so we are then able
to select the Custom Behavior. Am I right ?

A general remark: I found sometimes difficult and not convenient to have
the different gmfgraph and gmfmap contents described as a table in the
book. I would have been easier and clearer to have it described in a
tree-like manner.

In a general way, is there some "official" place to send (or discuss)
problems related to the book and its examples
Re: Requirement diagram with tooltip editpolicy [message #525135 is a reply to message #525134] Mon, 11 May 2009 09:27 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard Gronback
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Yes, you are right. It should be requirements.gmfgen

This is as good a place as any to discuss the examples from the book, as
they are also provided by this project. Sorry about the table formatting,
as the indentations in the left column did not translate well in the final
printed version. Originally, it was much more tree-like.

Best,
Rich


On 5/11/09 9:21 AM, in article
3e0797ef10ed878066c3d53f861fc7f2$1@www.eclipse.org, "Jean Michel Boulcourt"
<jeanmimib@gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't know if it is the right place to post this message.
>
> I bought the book "Eclipse Modeling Project" and trying to do the steps of
> the different chapters.
>
> I think there is an error in 4.4 paragraph (page 117): after creating the
> dynamic instance of Toolip.xmi, it is said to load in the resource set the
> file "requirements.genmodel".
> I guess it is instead the file "requirements.gmfgen", so we are then able
> to select the Custom Behavior. Am I right ?
>
> A general remark: I found sometimes difficult and not convenient to have
> the different gmfgraph and gmfmap contents described as a table in the
> book. I would have been easier and clearer to have it described in a
> tree-like manner.
>
> In a general way, is there some "official" place to send (or discuss)
> problems related to the book and its examples
>

--
Thanks,
Rich
Re: Requirement diagram with tooltip editpolicy [message #566071 is a reply to message #525134] Mon, 11 May 2009 09:27 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard Gronback
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Yes, you are right. It should be requirements.gmfgen

This is as good a place as any to discuss the examples from the book, as
they are also provided by this project. Sorry about the table formatting,
as the indentations in the left column did not translate well in the final
printed version. Originally, it was much more tree-like.

Best,
Rich


On 5/11/09 9:21 AM, in article
3e0797ef10ed878066c3d53f861fc7f2$1@www.eclipse.org, "Jean Michel Boulcourt"
<jeanmimib@gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't know if it is the right place to post this message.
>
> I bought the book "Eclipse Modeling Project" and trying to do the steps of
> the different chapters.
>
> I think there is an error in 4.4 paragraph (page 117): after creating the
> dynamic instance of Toolip.xmi, it is said to load in the resource set the
> file "requirements.genmodel".
> I guess it is instead the file "requirements.gmfgen", so we are then able
> to select the Custom Behavior. Am I right ?
>
> A general remark: I found sometimes difficult and not convenient to have
> the different gmfgraph and gmfmap contents described as a table in the
> book. I would have been easier and clearer to have it described in a
> tree-like manner.
>
> In a general way, is there some "official" place to send (or discuss)
> problems related to the book and its examples
>

--
Thanks,
Rich
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