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Is it possible to use GMF without underlying EMF model? [message #560595] Wed, 20 December 2006 13:22
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Originally posted by: notMail.dot.com

Hello everyone,

Since two month I am implementing a editor using GEF and Draw2d and a
lot of times, I catch myself thinking, why is some functionality not yet
implemented.

Well, I looked at the example Editor for GMF, and was thunderstruck. But
sadly my model is not build on EMF and I can not change it, because
others are depending on it. So my question is the following:
Is it possible to use GMF without the underlying EMF model, or is it
possible to wrap model elements using GMF, without having to change
their behaviour?

cheers

Oliver
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