|Re: Why is EClass missing from <<ModelLIbrary>>Ecore Primitive Types [message #1695226 is a reply to message #1695224]
||Tue, 12 May 2015 20:14
|| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
The EClass metaclass is defined in the Ecore Metamodel. It is not a
primitive type, which in Ecore is an EDataType representing a Java type
whose features are not modeled, but rather it is a modeled metaclass,
which in Ecore is an EClass.
So, if you import the Ecore Metamodel, then you'll see EClass,
EDataType, EPackage, EModelElement, and other Ecore eclasses in it.
On 2015-05-12 19:50:56 +0000, Paul Roubekas said:
> Why is EClass missing from <<ModelLIbrary>>Ecore Primitive Types?
> Since I am a newbie to the use of Papyrus and Ecore I am thinking my
> understanding may be wrong. Or maybe a bug, but I have a hard time
> thinking it is a bug since Papyrus is so mature.
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