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difference between Jet Project and Jet Transformation Project [message #26195] Thu, 12 July 2007 11:51 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: axelDOTazertyA.TlaposteDO.Tnet

Hello
In eclipse, I have two choices related to JET :
"EMFT JET Transformation Project" and "Convert Projects to JET
Projects". What are the difference between these two ?

I have created an ecore model, and a instance (as a xmi file) of this
model. If I want to transform this one to text (in other words, generate
code), what is the procedure ? I m totally new to the new JET (I used
the old JET , I was generating code from java objects, not from
xml/model file, calling the generation from a java class) and I did'nt
found any recent documentation about how to use JET for code generation
from a model.

Thanks in advance.
Axel
Re: difference between Jet Project and Jet Transformation Project [message #27026 is a reply to message #26195] Tue, 17 July 2007 14:14 Go to previous message
Paul Elder is currently offline Paul ElderFriend
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Axel:

You want "EMFT JET Transformation Project". The Convert Projects to JET
Projects wizard adds the old JET builders (org.eclipse.emf.codegen...).

Paul


"Axel" <axelDOTazertyA@TlaposteDO.Tnet> wrote in message
news:f754kg$h7g$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hello
> In eclipse, I have two choices related to JET :
> "EMFT JET Transformation Project" and "Convert Projects to JET Projects".
> What are the difference between these two ?
>
> I have created an ecore model, and a instance (as a xmi file) of this
> model. If I want to transform this one to text (in other words, generate
> code), what is the procedure ? I m totally new to the new JET (I used the
> old JET , I was generating code from java objects, not from xml/model
> file, calling the generation from a java class) and I did'nt found any
> recent documentation about how to use JET for code generation from a
> model.
>
> Thanks in advance.
> Axel
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