|Re: [Acceleo] dynamic vs generated package used by Acceleo Plug-in Application [message #757874 is a reply to message #757609]
||Sun, 20 November 2011 12:38
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
EMF does not initialize its standalone support for platform:/resource,
platform:/plugin; you must activate it yourself.
Acceleo 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 are differently broken for URIs of the form
.../../.... which EMF creates at Acceleo edit-time as platform:/resource
relative. Acceleo establishes a resolution base heuristically at
run-time so that ../../.... may sometimes resolve in your file system
You have three choices:
a) get lucky with Acceleo 3.x's current algorithms
b) use only generated package URIs such as http:/...
c) use some nasty workarounds to make platform: and friends work (see
b) is simple and predictable; just make sure there are no
platform:/resource, platform:/plugin, ../../.... URIs anywhere. Acceleo
should then autogenerate the standalone registrations and you don't need
to edit any Java code.
On 20/11/2011 10:39, Vlad Gheorghe wrote:
> I have a metamodel MM1 present in a plug-in project in the development
> workspace. The plug-in registers MM1 using the generated_package
> extension point.
> I also have an Acceleo generator plug-in in the same workspace, which
> takes instances of MM1 as input.
> How can I control which version of the metamodel MM1, dynamic or
> generated, is used when running the generator as an Acceleo Plug-in
> Application ?
> I suspect that this was changed between Acceleo 3.1 and 3.2:
> 3.1 - uses generated pacakage
> 3.2 - uses dynamic package
> However, I need to use the generated package always, as MM1 has some
> parts implemented in Java.
> Vlad Gheorghe
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