|Re: Annotations on EnumLiteral [message #1006464 is a reply to message #1006363]
||Thu, 31 January 2013 07:02
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
I published a new build which sets annotations on enum literals, but it gives an error (only if the original enumliteral
does not yet have an annotation). It will fail in the SourceMerger class on line 119, this because jmerge incorrectly
merges a current and the new source (with the annotation on the enumliteral). I posted on the EMF forum to see if maybe
Ed knows more about it... See the post there for some details on the generated source/merged sources.
For custom identifiers, isn't this already possible? Or can you implement what you think of and then post a diff? That
would be even easier (and would get it in Texo quite fast :-).
On 01/31/2013 05:50 AM, Pradeep Badiger wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> Could you please point to me the location which is causing the problem. I would like to try this out from my side.
> Also, I was thinking if we can support custom identifiers for the annotations apart from type, field, getter and setter.
> This will allow user to use these as code control identifiers inside templates.
> Is there a limitation here?
> Pradeep V.B.
With Regards, Martin Taal
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