|Re: Defining common figures and edit parts [message #676389 is a reply to message #676323]
||Sat, 04 June 2011 04:49
| Robert Wloch
Registered: July 2009
Alex wrote on Fri, 03 June 2011 12:54
I was looking at GMFTools, but the last commit was back in October 2010 so I was not sure if project is still active.
It's still active. So far it serves our purpose, hence few commits lately.
So if I understand it correctly GMF does not provide a way to define common classes (figures/edit parts) in its editors, so this is where GMFTools come in?
GMF does not provide an easy way via modeling. You need to tweek the templates and/or Generator class, but you do not need GMFTools for that. The changes can be done without it.
Also, what are your thoughts on Graphiti project and EuGENia?
I haven't used EuGENia yet, but had a look at Graphiti about a year ago. It appeared to be a replacement for GEF. So you don't get the EMF model synch stuff GMF provides but need to code it yourself. This left me concluding that there's going to be some "modeling project" coding a modeling environment ontop of Graphiti taking the role GMF took for GEF. Turns out I was right: The Spray project was started recently.
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