|Re: [ATL]syntax source model [message #810525 is a reply to message #529519]
||Thu, 01 March 2012 02:48
| Algar fr
Registered: December 2011
It depends on your input and output metamodels.
I invite you to explore some ATL examples to see how the syntax exactly is in every case. You can open for instance the Families to Persons example from here:
http: // www .eclipse.org/m2m/atl/basicExamples_Patterns/
and compare the Families.ecore metamodel with the sample-Families.xmi file, which is its respective model. You also will see that the syntax of the sample-Persons.xmi model conforms to the Persons.ecore metamodel as well.
So basically your model (.xmi file) is defined in terms of your metamodel (.ecore file).
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