|Re: QVT transformation inside plug-in [message #553827 is a reply to message #553814]
||Thu, 19 August 2010 06:17
Originally posted by: dhendriksREMOVE_THIS.tueREMOVE.THIS.nl|
If you create a 'Operational QVT Project', you end up with a project
that includes MANIFEST.MF and build.properties files. You can export
this project like any other plug-in project (Export -> Deployable
plug-ins and fragments). Don't forget to restart Eclipse.
About using it, there are several options: from Java, from Ant scripts,
from Eclipse launch configurations. What are you interested in? Note
that none of these requires that you export the plug-in. You can just
keep it in the workspace...
You can, as you stated, also use 'Run as -> Eclipse application', but as
I stated before, there is no need for that...
> Hi I prepared transformation from one metamodel to the other in similar
> way to the example SimpleUML to RDB and right now I would like to use it
> aa a plug-in in new runtime Eclipse application. How to start?
> QVT project has no plug-in properties. Can a start a new plug-in project
> and call transformations from it? How to do it?
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