|Re: (no subject) [message #709716 is a reply to message #708317]
||Thu, 04 August 2011 08:15
| Laurent Goubet
Registered: July 2009
The "mtl" file is what you edit when you create an Acceleo module, the "emtl" is the "compiled" form of that file. Kind of what the ".class" is to a ".java". i.e : the Acceleo builder is in charge of creating the emtl file, you should never have to worry about that (and don't have to).
Make sure that :
- You have the Acceleo nature on your project (right-click the project > Properties > "Builders" and in that list, you should see the "Acceleo builder" activated).
- You have the automatic build activated (click the "Project" menu item at the top of the Eclipse window, from there, make sure that "Build automatically" is ticked. If it is not, make sure you always build your project before deploying it (the emtl is present in the "bin" folder))
With these steps, creating an update site for the project *should* export the "emtl" files along the "class" files (if you have some Java code in there, otherwise, only "emtl" files). If it does not, it is a bug :s. We had such a bug with the previous Acceleo version, and I do not remember whether it was fixed for 3.0.0 or one of the subsequent minor releases. The latest release is the 3.1.0; the latest release from the maintenance stream is the 3.0.5. Check the download page for the update site URLs.
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