|[Acceleo] Annotations of templates [message #733891]
||Wed, 05 October 2011 21:22
Registered: October 2011
I'm new to the forum and also new to Acceleo. First, let me tell what am I trying to achieve with Acceleo.
I'm building a generic debugger of imperative DSL languages, built on XText and Acceleo. The main use case of my project is simple: you will provide XText grammar for your DSL Language and Acceleo templates to generate actual GPL code from the model. Only with a little effort you should be able to generate a debugger, that will allow you to put breakpoints into your DSL code, as well as using other debugging tools.
The thing that I am trying to solve is, that I need to somehow annotate the templates, so I could see this annotations when working with the traceability model. For instance I could write a template:
[template public generateUserCommandStatement(st : UserDefinedCommandStatement, name:String)]
[comment @subrutineCall /]
Then, when I work with traceability model, I would be able to tell whether the specific template has the subrutineCall annotation or not.
I wanted to ask for some recommendations how to achieve this - for example can I somehow inject the Acceleo mtl parsing mechanism? I could then create a new model that will contain links to module elements together with my annotations.
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