|Re: Using Epsilon in Java [message #723400 is a reply to message #723095]
||Thu, 08 September 2011 13:22
| Louis Rose
Registered: July 2009
Location: York, United Kingdom
Horacio wrote on Wed, 07 September 2011 11:37|
The attached files are not a complete example, only the epsilon standalone implementations. I would love to discuss my implementation of the standalone "executors" with you to come up with improved versions and provided them to the community. I can send them to you or you can get them from the svn. We can discuss them via email.
That'd be great, thanks very much! If you would like to pursue this, please consider preparing a patch for the standalone example plugin. (We have to follow a somewhat strict process for incorporating contributions from collaborators, and a patch would help to get this started).
I had a quick look at your code, and it seems great. One small tip: rather than create an EMF model using StringProperties, you might prefer org.eclipse.epsilon.emc.emf.EmfModelFactory.getInstance().createEmfModel(...). That way, you're protected from any changes that are made to the keys and values used in the StringProperties. (As we discussed on the other thread, this do sometimes change).
Hope that helps,
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