|Re: Node model reconciler and editing domain [message #1010756 is a reply to message #1009677]
||Mon, 18 February 2013 07:32
| Jan Koehnlein
Registered: July 2009
the GMF example is no longer maintained.
As far as I remember, the node model reconciliation was also necessary
for subsequent changes on the semantic model. If you don't change the
node model information after a semantic change, the next calculation of
a text region will likely get wrong offsets.
Am 15.02.13 15:02, schrieb Axel Guckelsberger:
> As a workaround I commented out the usage of the
> updateXtextResourceTextCommand.execute() call.
> It seems that this doesn't cause any difference. Things do still work.
> Operations like renaming elements and establishing/removing relationships
> are still reflected properly in the domain model file.
> So here is my general question for understanding:
> Can it be that the whole node model reconciler is only required if one wants
> to have both GMF and Xtext editors open at the same time?
> At the moment I am only using GMF editors working on a XtextResource, so I
> wonder if I really need this for that purpose?
> Axel Guckelsberger wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> I am currently stuck with this problem.
>> Does anybody use Xtext and GMF combined? If yes, can you reproduce this
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