|Re: Java Ecore metamodel and M2T Template [message #573738]
||Thu, 19 November 2009 15:42
| Krzysztof Kowalczyk
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for late reply, I was abroad.
I've added MoDisco newsgroup to the discussion. Maybe they are interested.
> I more or less dived into the same "adventure" as you and the others in
> this thread. I have the four solutions on my investigation agenda which
> were mentioned already, the EMF example, JEM, MoDisc and oAW aka
> JEM seems to be outdated and out of the game from the beginning. I've
> started with the EMF example and MoDisc by now. The first one does not
> support serialization but seems to be fine for my purpose already since
> I do only need structure information for time being.
For know I am using MoDisco J2SE5 metamodel/discoverer with small
changes (I have removed ATL dependencies, as I don't use J2SE5 -> KDM ->
UML, nor ATL).
MoDisco have a bit newer (and as they claim better) model/discoverer
http://wiki.eclipse.org/MoDisco/Java , thus I will probably move to it
one day. The metamodel is not much different, so it should be easy.
> However, serialization will be quickly become an issue. You mentioned
> that you did wrote some templates and I'm not quite sure for which of
> the technologies you actually did that and (more important) whether you
> could imagine to share your results with us ;-)
I have working but incomplete templates in Eclipse M2T Xpand for
generating Java code from J2SE5 metamodel. They are not "production
quality". As I said before they do not handle comments, generics and
some basic constructs are missing. It is possible that they have some
errors, as they was not tested much. Nevertheless they works for me ;)
I can share them, preferably as open source contribution.
But, AFAIK MoDisco plans to develop some kind of serialization for Java
model. I am not sure will it be Java or Acceleo based serialization though.
> I'm also wondering whether there is any attempt to further develop the
> EMF example and add serialization. The project seems to be still alive
> at least (see comments from Marcelo in another thread at
> http://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php?t=msg&goto=41414 8&S=bc1ad57bb4e7b26aa4a584e876ec7c7e)
I don't know that, you can ask on EMF forum.
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