|Re: Plug-in dependencies of new project created with wizard [message #542273 is a reply to message #542243]
||Thu, 24 June 2010 12:07
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
you are free to extend the MyDslProjectCreator and override
getRequiredBundles(). All you have to do is to add a binding in your
ui-module to map the MyDslProjectCreator to your MySpecialProjectCreator.
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Am 24.06.10 12:40, schrieb Tobias:
> I've created a new DSL including some Check validation in Eclipse 3.6RC4.
> Therefore, I've added the validation.CheckFragment to the Xtext
> generator. Since I'd like to use the New Project Wizard I've also
> uncommented the reference to the projectWizard.SimpleProjectWizardFragment.
> When I start the runtime workbench I can create a new project for my DSL
> and the editor works fine. However, when starting code generation by
> running the Generator.mwe2 workflow, which was also created by the
> wizard, I get a lot of exceptions.
> The only one which I could understand was this one:
> Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
> Therefore, I've added the org.eclipse.xtext.xtend plugin (which contains
> this class) to the required plug-ins list of the manifest file of the
> newly created project. Now the code generation works as expected.
> As it would be quite inconvenient for the users of the DSL to have to
> add this dependency each time they create a new project, I'd like to
> generate the dependency with the wizard.
> The method getRequiredBundles() which seems to be responsible for
> generating the required plug-ins however is in MyDslProjectCreator.java
> which lies in the 'src-gen' folder of the generator project and would be
> overwritten after changing my grammar and regenerating. Is there any
> clean way for extending the dependencies?
> Best regards,
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