|Re: OCL invariants in ecore file doesn't work reliable [message #1187968 is a reply to message #1187823]
||Fri, 15 November 2013 11:20
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
Unfortunately you raised Bug 416641 against the MDT/MST project rather
than the OCL project. The MST project is almost dead so nobody saw your
report. I've transferred the bug to MDT/OCL.
What you are doing looks perfectly reasonable so I've added a comment to
the bug requesting your full repro.
Up until Kepler, saving an OCLinEcore file as *.ecore when it contains
errors would lead to losses. The lossy save should be inhibited in Kepler.
[As a general guide, don't wait two months before inquiring further, two
working days is a reasonable delay if it's urgent for you.]
On 15/11/2013 09:50, Yannic Noller wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a problem with the OCLinEcore editor and I already wrote a bug
> report to Eclipse, but didn't receive any answer. Could anybody help
> me? It's a really strange think: I write some OCL invariants with the
> OCLinEcore editor in my meta model file, then I save and close it.
> When I reopen the file in OCLinEcore, the invariants are crashed (see
> bug report: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=416641). Do
> you see an error in my code or is this an error of Eclipse?
> Thanks in advance,
|Re: OCL invariants in ecore file doesn't work reliable [message #1190088 is a reply to message #1187968]
||Sat, 16 November 2013 11:50
| Yannic Noller
Registered: May 2013
Thanks for your hints! So you would say that it should work with Kepler? Because I use at the moment Juno and I tried now to import my projects in a Kepler instance and there I didn't get the described error... Unfortunately I can't use Kepler for my whole work because some required modelling plug-ins are not compatible with Kepler at the moment. Is there any chance to get a bug fix for Juno?|
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