|Re: Ecore model support for .net [message #1739502 is a reply to message #1739409]
||Mon, 01 August 2016 07:43
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
It depends what you mean by "support".
If you just want a C# representation of the model then that is a
straightforward model-to-text problem that can be dealt with by
Acceleo/JET/Xtend or direct code.
If you want the full EMF run-time support for platform:, eInvoke,
eSettingDelegate, ExtendedMetaData, ... then that is a very major
undertaking. Mindless Java to C# migration might do most of it, but the
subtleties of classpaths, reflection, generics and boxing are sure to
give some excitements. (If someone really wants to do this a dilemma
will no doubt arise as to whether a more compatible EMF 3.x architecture
might evolve to exploit the experience of the last ten years.)
The author seemed to want the IDE to be ported to C# as well ....
On 01/08/2016 07:10, Jonas Helming wrote:
> I do not think there is any conceptional reason, that C# could not be
> supported by EMF, it just seems to not be available at the moment. So
> you can either implement that yourself or sponsor the development.
> Best regards
> On 29.07.2016 11:01, naveen ramesh wrote:
>> Ok i understand it.But i have defined the ecore model and generated the
>> plugins for my model and written some additional plugins to it.So i want
>> the same design to be ported to C#.Is this can be done.
>> If no can we get the valid reason
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