|Re: [Xtend / Check] using multiple check files [message #665300]
||Thu, 14 April 2011 04:30
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
the m2t newsgroup is a better match for questions related to the Check
I hope that somebody will jump in and answer your actual questions.
Am 07.04.11 21:23, schrieb Volker Wegert:
> I'm unsure if this is the correct newsgroup for questions related to the
> Check language - please feel free to crosspost if it isn't...
> I'm thinking about replacing some rather clumsy hand-written Java
> validators with Check expressions using the extension point
> org.eclipse.xtend.typesystem.emf.checks. I need to execute my checks
> instead of the default EMF checks because the error messages generated
> by the default checks are unsuitable for the users. From the
> documentation I understand that I have to set override to true, and it
> seems to work.
> At the same time, I want to keep things organized by splitting my checks
> into several .chk files. I can add multiple checkFile elements inside a
> metaModel element, but I'm getting strange results. If I read the
> implementation of CheckRegistry correctly, the validators that
> correspond to each of the files replace each other as soon as override
> is set to true. This looks like a bug to me - is it one?
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