|Re: EMF.ECORE2JAVA run ant from java [message #1225725 is a reply to message #1225703]
||Mon, 30 December 2013 10:44
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
I'm not an expert either, although I have many scars to show for my
Getting the ANT classpath right is really hard. Eclipse provides
integration for plugins but you're not really using a plugin since
you've contrived to have a custom classpath within a plugin classpath.
You therefore need at least to put the EMF ant tasks library on your
Ed M recommends a GenModel, which is fine if a GenModel is enough.
I recommend an MWE script which gives you the power to sequence more
than just GenModel.
On 30/12/2013 14:53, Ed Merks wrote:
> Again, I'm not expert at how to invoke Ant programmatically. I'm not
> sure anyone on this forum is such an expert. Nor is it clear to me
> why you need such a button. The ant task requires parameters you can
> more easily configure in your GenModel and once you have a GenModel
> you can easily generate from it. There's even Alt-Shift-G for
> generating all models in your workspace.
> On 30/12/2013 3:32 PM, javs javs wrote:
>> Hello friends
>> I'm trying to run an ant task from java emf for the generation of
>> code and I get the following error
>> Exception: _C: \ ....... \ build.xml: 37: The following error
>> occurred while executing this line:
>> C: \ ................ \ build.xml: 29: Problem: failed to create task
>> or type emf.Ecore2Java
>> Cause: The name is undefined.
>> Action: Check the spelling.
>> Action: Check That any custom tasks / types Have Been Declared.
>> Action: Check That <presetdef> any / declarations have taken place
>> Can you help me with this?
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