|[ATL] how can I the filename of the source model? [message #870297]
||Mon, 07 May 2012 11:20
| Javier Belenguer
Registered: May 2012
I've just started learning how ATL works, and this may be a trivial question but I can't find a way to do it.|
I'm trying to transform a XML file (e.g. "A.xml") into another XML with different structure (e.g. "B.xml") and the new file B.xml has an attribute that references the previous file (something like <base href="A.xml"/>).
Is there any method to get filename of the source model ("A.xml" in the example) being transformed?
|Re: [AML] Classification of changes in metamodel [message #883022 is a reply to message #882840]
||Thu, 07 June 2012 12:55
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
AML is/was an extension of ATL, so you should ask on the ATL newsgroup.
I'm not certain that there is any ongoing activity so you may not get an
You were probably right in trying to ciommunicate on Edaapt, but again
I'm not sure that there is much activity.
My own reaction is that it's only software so you can do whatever you
On 07/06/2012 10:48, lucky informatik wrote:
> I want to use AML for metamodel evolution and model co-evolution. I
> went through some literature for basic understanding of evolutions on
> metamodel.I have seen some classifications for metamodel changes in
> literature for metamodel matching approaches like non-breaking,
> breakable and resolvable, breakable and non resolvable. I would like
> to know if these classifications can be taken into account while using
> AML for metamodel evolution and model co-evolution or are there some
> other classifications?
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