|Re: Best way to extend Xtend? [message #976805 is a reply to message #976730]
||Thu, 08 November 2012 21:37
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
it might be that the generated package is wrong. The
XtendProposalProvider is in xtend.ide.contentassist and not in core.ui..
I'm afraid you'll have to adapt that manually
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Am 08.11.12 21:28, schrieb Iuzuz Denker:
> Hello Xtend-frieds,
> I also want to extend Xtend and try out some ideas. But some things has
> been changed since last message (at least the URLs) and the guidance
> seems not to work any more. I must say I am an Xtext beginner.
> Steps, I tried:
> Installed a new Eclipse with Xtext
> Created a new Xtext project (=4 projects)
> Changed the with-clause to "with org.eclipse.xtend.core.Xtend" -> can't
> resolve the grammar
> Added to the project org.xtext.example.mydsl a manifest dependence to
> ...xtend.core -> the error disappear
> added to the .mwe2 file:
> registerGeneratedEPackage = "org.eclipse.xtend.core.xtend.XtendPackage"
> registerGenModelFile =
> "Generate Xtext Artifacts" (on the .xtext file) -> Successful (with the
> After the (successful) generating there is a compile error in th ..ui
>> The project was not built since its build path is incomplete. Cannot
>> find the class file for
>> org.eclipse.xtend.core.services.XtendGrammarAccess$ImportElements. Fix
>> the build path then try building this project
> Added to the project org.xtext.example.mydsl a manifest dependences to
> all ..xtend.. and ..xbase.. (without .source)
> I get 6 erroros, the base seems to be, the package
> org.eclipse.xtend.core.ui and the class are not in the classpath
> But if I ctrl-click on it, it is found in one of the dependences.
> Have any one a suggestion?
> What do I make wrong?
> Thanks, Iuzuz
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