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[ANN] EMFT Texo: generating pure pojos and the ORM from ecore/xsd models [message #534318] Tue, 18 May 2010 15:42
Martin Taal is currently offline Martin TaalFriend
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This post is to inform the EclipseLink community of a project hosted at EMF: EMFT Texo, which might/hopefully be

Texo is a code/artifact generation solution which provides generation of entities and the ORM (orm.xml). In addition
Texo provides a runtime layer for extra functionality such as XML/XMI persistence and runtime model access.

Some key features:
- pure pojo generation (so entities do not have compile time dependencies on EMF) from ecore/xsd models
- ORM generation, ORM generation can be overridden/tweaked using ORM annotations in the model, the complete ORM 2.0 spec
is supported
- supports maintaining manual changes in the generated code (similar to EMF)
- code generation can be controlled through annotations on the model
- Texo provides an annotation editor which makes it easy to edit/add these annotations
- Code generation templates can easily be overridden, automatic use of manual-code-merging, formatting and import organizing
- support for XML/XMI persistence
- Runtime model support (optional when generating code)

For more information on Texo visit the wiki:

For ORM specific information see this part of the wiki:

Texo can be downloaded/installed through the update manager:

Texo works for both Eclipse 3.5 as well as the upcoming 3.6 release.

Texo is supported on the EMFT newsgroup so feel free to ask questions or give feedback: 19


With Regards, Martin Taal

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