|Re: [Texo] Generating TypeConverter puts quotes around classes [message #930755 is a reply to message #930683]
||Tue, 02 October 2012 15:56
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Probably this is a bug, class names are handled specifically in Texo because (as you noticed) they are not strings but
should be fully qualified to real classes.
Can you create a bugzilla and attach an example model/annotations model for me?
It seems like something I can solve in a day or so.
On 10/02/2012 04:38 PM, Chris Boerger wrote:
> I'm currently playing around with Texo to determine if I can use it for my project at work.
> I've created in the ORM annotations model a TypeConverter annotation to convert from a Duration to a Long. But when Texo
> generates the JPA annotations it puts quotes around the class names which causes a compile error.
> I then have to go remove the quotes to get it to compile, but then I either have to freeze the code (@generated NOT) or
> remove the quotes every time I make a change to the ecore model which, since I'm playing around right now, is quite often.
> Is this a bug or am I not putting the class names in the orm annotation correctly?
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