|Re: Stereotype "display place" appearance property [message #1258873 is a reply to message #1258853]
||Thu, 27 February 2014 21:18
|| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
Answered my own question ... I had to hit the little button that looks |
like a console display on each of the applied stereotype's attributes
in order for them to be displayed.
For the comment display, however, the result is an empty comment shape
because of a ClassCastException in the log. Definitely a bug, that,
but a different matter.
On 2014-02-27 20:48:42 +0000, Christian W. Damus said:
> The stereotype "display place" appearance property for a class shape
> doesn't seem to work for me. I would expect the "Comment" and "With
> brace" options (which should be "Within braces", btw) to show the
> presentations suggested by the UML spec. However, the Comment option
> has no effect in my class diagram and the braces option just moves the
> stereotype keyword above the class name with some extra blank space.
> Is this a known problem?
> I'm on Mac OS X 10.9.2 on today's master (commit 2327a1b). I don't see
> any relevant exceptions in the log.
> The stereotype in question has a single-valued string attribute, a
> multi-valued string attribute, and an enumeration attribute, all
> inherited from a superstereotype. My stereotype application has values
> for all of these.
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