|Re: What is the intention of invoking serialization when calling XtextResource.save()? [message #762591 is a reply to message #762553]
||Thu, 08 December 2011 10:51
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
the textual form is potentially out of sync with the object model. The
purpose of #save is to persist information that can be restored to an
equal instance by means of #load afterwards. It would be pointless to
persist the outdated version, wouldn't it?
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Am 08.12.11 10:41, schrieb Kevin Sun:
> When I rename the file test.mydsl, the serialization will be used.
> However, if there are some syntax errors in that file, the serialization
> will fail. And, the content of that file will loss. I think it is an
> error that the textual content of a file loss because of renaming it.
> Why does not xtext keep the textual content unchanged when
> XtextResource.save() is called?
> Can I use the parer tree serialization instead of the AST serialization?
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