|Re: reverse engineering source code with method body [message #834585 is a reply to message #829104]
||Mon, 02 April 2012 01:58
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. The Java metamodel
captures all the java code information but when transforming java
metamodel -> kdm -> UML alot of the implementation information is lost.
I'd like to use UML to design my system, use code generation to start my
coding and add anything new I've coded back to my uml model through
reverse engineering. And continue to refine my model & code but the
problem is that the next time I generate code using the UML model all of
my implemented code will get lost.
On Sun, 25 Mar 2012 23:54:51 +0200, Hugo Bruneliere wrote:
> The current version of the MoDisco KDM discoverer (from Java projects)
> only deals with the superstructure of the application and not the method
> body's details. For a complete round-trip engineering process, I
> recommend you to use the MoDisco Java discoverer and so the full MoDisco
> Java metamodel as a pivot. Also, the corresponding Java code generator
> (based on Acceleo) is already provided for free by MoDisco. In order to
> chain your different steps, you can use the MoDisco Workflow.
> Any feedback concerning that type of round-trip engineering process with
> MoDisco is welcome, so thanks :)
> Best regards,
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