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Generating BPMN Plugin [message #10604] Mon, 13 April 2009 18:43 Go to next message
Andre Souza is currently offline Andre SouzaFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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I'm trying to create a new plugin using the BPMN plugin as a initial
implementation. So, I tried to use the BPMN Project models (*.gmfgen,
*.ecore, *.genmodel, *.gmfgen, *.gmftool ... well... these files) to
Generate the plugin, but it didn't work. The GMF plugin didn'd generate
all classes (e.g. figure classes).

could Anybody help me?


André
Re: Generating BPMN Plugin [message #10639 is a reply to message #10604] Tue, 14 April 2009 14:12 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: atoulme.intalio.com

See the previous threads on this newsgroup. Regenerating the code using
the gmf files is not a good idea - the BPMN modeler is customized and is
making the most of the GMF runtime ; as a downside it is not possible to
regenerate the code easily.

Thanks,

Antoine

Andre Souza wrote:
> I'm trying to create a new plugin using the BPMN plugin as a initial
> implementation. So, I tried to use the BPMN Project models (*.gmfgen,
> *.ecore, *.genmodel, *.gmfgen, *.gmftool ... well... these files) to
> Generate the plugin, but it didn't work. The GMF plugin didn'd generate
> all classes (e.g. figure classes).
>
> could Anybody help me?
>
>
> André
>
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