|Re: [TEXO] overriding templates question [message #623126 is a reply to message #623125]
||Fri, 06 August 2010 20:01
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
You understand it completely correct! The default entity_addition.xpt has this code:
«DEFINE root(ModelController modelController) FOR EClassModelGenAnnotation-»
so the 'this' inside the DEFINE is an instance of the EClassModelGenAnnotation class. This expression can be used to get
to the eclass:
and from there you can find the eoperation.
Btw, I would like to add eoperation support to Texo (just to be complete..), so if you are interested and your
implementation is generic then contributions are always wellcomed!
On 08/06/2010 04:33 PM, e1n wrote:
> Hi !
> I read about that Texo is not supporting emf's EOperation during code
> generation process.
> I am wondering if it makes sens to override "entity_addition.xpt"
> template to generate code for my EOperations defined in my Ecore file
> which are not generated by Texo itself.
> Texo documentations states that: The template is called with model
> annotations as the main class. The model annotation enriches the domain
> model with code generation specific information (for example the java
> class). In addition you have access to the underlying model element
> (EPackage, etc.). There are model annotation for each of the main model
> elements (EPackage, EClass, EStructuralFeature, EReference, EAttribute,
> EDataType, EEnum).
> So I guess it is possible to get EClass and using EMF API's extract
> EOperation's and generate methods signatures ?
> Did any one tried that ? Or maybe I have totally misunderstood the whole
> concept ?
> With regards, e1n
With Regards, Martin Taal
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