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Re: UML element already stereotyped in the palette to drag and drop onto the editor [message #624870] Thu, 17 September 2009 09:44
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"Ferdinando Mazzariello" <mavieni_nando@yahoo.it> wrote in message
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> Hi All,
>
> I'm working on a project that will extend UML2Tools. I need help for:
>
> a) use existing uml2tools functionality (primarily the class and component
> diagram at the moment)
>
> b) extend uml2tools functionality to add elements described using
> stereotypes (for instance a class element already stereotyped with a
> custom stereotype). these components will be added to the palette so that
> the they can be dragged and dropped onto the editor.
>
> c) not alter uml2tools code so that future versions of uml2tools can be
> used without affecting the extension and not requiring recoding of the
> extension.
>
> This should obviously take place in a new plugin. I've looked at the
> examples in the help files (like helloworld etc) but have not worked out
> how to extend plugins like uml2tools.
>
> Please could someone describe how I should set up a plugin to do all this?
>
> thanks in advance,
>
> regards,
>
> Nando
>
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