|problems to build Papyrus, and ask for tutorial or examples.... [message #630780]
||Mon, 04 October 2010 23:04
Registered: July 2010
Hi, I am trying to build papyrus 0.7 sources,|
and i have 2 problems.:
In the org.eclipse.papyrus.def, i cant compilate the dynamics templates, at the folder dynamic-templates3.5,
and i dont have idea whats change i have to do. (im using emf 2.6.1 and gmft 2.3)....
Im trying to regenerate for example the classdiagram.gmfgen of org.eclipse.papyrus.diagram.clazz, but i have an error;
that says that i cant found
This could be for the first error that i can compile def plugin?...
Other thing,... where i can foud examples or tutorials for use papyrus extension points to make a new profile diagram?...i open the sysml profile diagram to study it, but it have a lot of thing that i dont understand...I never work with extension point, and gmf neither...
|Re: problems to build Papyrus, and ask for tutorial or examples.... [message #630836 is a reply to message #630780]
||Tue, 05 October 2010 08:51
| Patrick Tessier
Registered: July 2009
The plugin org.eclipse.def can not be compiled. It is normal, I comes from Xpand that manage very badly references. It contains tmodified template files.
the gmfgen in Papyrus contains some extension, that are contained in the plugin org.eclipse.papyrus.gmfgenextension.
In order to regenerate the class diagram you can do the job with 2 way:
- download all plugins in your workspace.
- launch a runtime, import your diagram project in your runtime workspace.
- the gmfgen can be opened.
- to generated, import also in the runtime workspace org.eclipse.papyrus.def in order to have template file
- install directly the org.eclipse.papyrus.gmfgenextension in our environment.
- the gmfgen can be opened
-to generated, import also in the workspace org.eclipse.papyrus.def in order to have template file
At the generation of the class diagram you will see mistake before.
For us, this is not mistake, It is due that gmfgen does not like abstract class for the metmodel
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