|Re: Textual Editor Integration [message #1243088 is a reply to message #1243001]
||Mon, 10 February 2014 13:53
|| Pierre-Charles David
Registered: July 2009
Le 10/02/2014 12:23, Xabier De Carlos a écrit :|
> I'm a PhD student and my research area is the development of modelling
> tools. I was thinking on an approach helping on the integration between
> different modelling editors (i.e. GMF, XText, etc.). But I've found
> Sirius, and it already supports the specification of different editors:
> textual, tree, tabular.
Sirius itself does not support the definition of textual modelers. It
might be possible to do something like this by providing a new dialect
implementation (using the supplied extension point), but out-of-the box
Sirius currently supports only diagrams, tables (normal and
cross-tables) and trees.
> You also say that the integration between Sirius
> and Xtext is supported by a specific plug-in.
More specifically, you need the org.eclipse.sirius.common.xtext plug-in,
which makes it possible to use any Xtext model as a semantic model in
Sirius project/session, and thus to create Sirius-based graphical
representation on these models.
> But, you have plan in the future to add textual definition within the
> .odesign model?
I'm not sure I understand what you mean. Do you mean a textual syntax
for (parts of) the .odesign model or the ability in the .odesign model
to define textual modelers?
> Or another more advanced integration with textual editors?
There is https://github.com/ObeoNetwork/Xtext-viewpoint-integration It
was created on a earlier version of Sirius (then called Viewpoint), but
it should be possible to adapt it to Sirius.
I am not aware of any other work or plan in this area. What kind of
integration do you have in mind?
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