|[TCS] running samples, compiler, runtime [message #599751]
||Mon, 28 May 2007 19:40
Originally posted by: browngr3.msu.edu|
I have been looking at the SampleDSL and TCSToolkit examples. I have not
run them, as I have been trying to figure out how they work by reading
the file. Anyway, I am not sure how to run them. It seems that ant is
needed, but is there some sort of special context, such as inside
Eclipse, in which these have to be run? Is there some other components
that are necessary for making these work? Specifically, I am not sure
what the "am3.loadModel" refers to or where to find it.
I read through Frederic Jouault's, et al, paper "TCS: a DSL for the
Specification ..." and it
mentions an injector and extractor necessary for using TCS. (I also
noticed these things in the SampleDSL example.) The injector and
extractor are compiled by the compiler based on a custom-written TCS
I can't seem to figure out what comprises these things (compiler,
runtime, extractor, injector). Could you please point me to the jar
files/packages that contain these things?
In the SampleDSL example, there is an AddressBook-Importer.jar file and
there is a TCS-importer.jar in the TCSInjector example. What
functionality do these jar files provide?
Another thing: the paper, "TCS: a DSL for the Specification ...",
discussed TCS and KM3 together. I don't have to use KM3 in my scenario,
if I have the source and target metamodels in ecore and have a
custom-written TCS model, do I?
Sorry if these are silly, basic, newbie questions.
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