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[Xpand] Re: [newbie] Getting my Check.chk recognized [message #53432] Fri, 28 November 2008 10:04
Sven Efftinge is currently offline Sven Efftinge
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Cameron,

as the question is related to Xpand, I added the M2T newsgroup.

Currently all xpand editors require the ecore files to be reachable
through the java class path. So you have to copy the ecore file into the
src folder.

cheers,
Sven

Bateman schrieb:
> I'm working through some of the tutorial docs with the Generic Editor.
> Everything works fine until I try to write my own Checks.chk file.
>
> I have installed the nature using the project context menu. I have
> placed the file 'Checks.chk' into the root src directory. When I place
> the following in the file:
>
> import foo;
> context MyClass1 WARNING "foo#MyClass1 should have a
> name": !this.foo.isEmpty();
>
> It has a validation failure that says: "Type not found: MyClass1".
> MyClass1 is an EClass defined in an ecore model in the models directory
> of the same project. I tried generating the model as well so the source
> is in the foo package, directly under the Checks.chk file.
>
> Any pointers?
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Cameron
>


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