|Re: How to install new Version of Jet (aka Jet2) ? [message #60912 is a reply to message #60555]
||Mon, 11 May 2009 12:51
| Paul Elder
Registered: July 2009
> Usul wrote:
>> as I understand, there are two versions of JET. There is the old one,
>> and the new one, called JET2 which for example has some kind of
>> protected regions,can work with an EMF-metamodel and has tags like
>> c:get or c:iterate.
>> But I cant seem to find that version. I tried installing JET from the
>> Eclipse EMF-project Update-Manager:
>> http://download.eclipse.org/modeling/m2t/updates/milestones/ . But I
>> still dont have File > New > Other > EMFT JET Transformations.
First, try the new project wizard instead of the new file wizard. Do
File > New > Project from the menu.
Also, a couple of releases ago, EMFT JET (aka JET2) moved from the EMFT
project to the M2T (model-to-text) project. At that point, I removed the
EMFT prefix from strings (rather that force yet another meaningless
acronym (M2T) on users). So, look for JET Transformation Project.
Also, be aware the Galileo co-ordinated release has started using
'capabilities' to restrict the amount of UI elements you initially see.
You may have to check the 'Show All Wizards' box on the New Project
wizard to see JET transformations.
>> thank you for any hint
Hope this help,
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