|Re: Using GMF without code generation [message #733636 is a reply to message #733485]
||Wed, 05 October 2011 09:06
|| Mickael Istria
Registered: July 2009
Location: Grenoble, France
On 04/10/2011 23:16, Vainolo wrote:|
>> On 03/10/2011 10:26, Vainolo wrote:
>>> Hi everyone.
>>> I have tried using GMF a number of times but never managed to do so. The
>>> most problematic aspect I found was that the model transformation are in
>>> only one direction, so when I had my model wrong things just could not
>>> evolve... And also the code generated by GMF was simply unreadable.
>> Please open bug reports and, if you can, provide contributions to
>> GMF-Tooling to make it better.
> Before I start reporting bugs I would like to learn more about the
> framework but sadly have found little documentation. Can you give me any
>>> But still, GMF has very nice graphic properties that are missing from GEF
>>> and I was wondering if there is ANY way to work with GMF like it is done
>>> in GEF (only programming with no models/transformations/etc - except
>>> obviously for the EMF model which is a must).
>> GMF = GEF + EMF. GMF requires an EMF model, and is efficient to deal
>> with EMF model. It is a mature API that you can obviously use to write
>> your own editor code.
>> Then, just do it ;)
> It is not only GEF+EMF. There seems to be a lot of extra complexity doing
> the connections that has been really hard for me to understand. Again,
> any pointers? The tutorials in the web are a bit outdated...
Without details, I can't help you, but there is probably something
helpful in the wiki.
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