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[Edapt] Using edapt for generated Ecore models [message #1710375] Tue, 06 October 2015 10:08 Go to next message
Andreas Pleuss is currently offline Andreas PleussFriend
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Hi, is there a way how to use Edapt for Ecore models generated, e.g., from a UML2 model? For instance, UML Profiles in Eclipse Papyrus are defined as UML2 models and then an Ecore file is generated from that. When I re-generate the Ecore model, it looks like Edapt does not add the differences to the history.
Re: [Edapt] Using edapt for generated Ecore models [message #1711237 is a reply to message #1710375] Wed, 14 October 2015 09:00 Go to previous message
Maximilian Koegel is currently offline Maximilian KoegelFriend
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Sorry for the late reply, I just noticed that this message never got sent:

Hi Andreas,

there is currently no way to automatically reconstruct the changes in your scenario. Usually the
changes are recorded in the Ecore Editor by Edapt.
What you need would be a new feature for Edapt. If you are really interested in getting this feature
into Edapt I see two possibilities:
- You contribute a patch to the project which is reviewed by the committers
- You sponsor the development of the feature
If you would like to this please open a bug in bugzilla so we can get the discussion on the details
of the feature started:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?product=Edapt
Hope this helps!

Cheers,
Maximilian

On 06.10.2015 12:08, Andreas Pleuss wrote:
> Hi, is there a way how to use Edapt for Ecore models generated, e.g., from a UML2 model? For
> instance, UML Profiles in Eclipse Papyrus are defined as UML2 models and then an Ecore file is
> generated from that. When I re-generate the Ecore model, it looks like Edapt does not add the
> differences to the history.


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