|Re: Filter EObject-Tree shown in aird Editor [message #1804406 is a reply to message #1804405]
||Mon, 25 March 2019 15:27
| Konrad Jünemann
Registered: December 2018
thanks for your reply, I did not realize you answered to my other question.
Regarding 1: Thanks for that advice, I will look into both options.
Regarding 2: I've looked into all of these resources before, although I did not study the examples provided by Cedric in greater detail (FowlerDsl, etc.) I will do this as a next step.
- However, most reasons seem to be related to the problem of enabling the user to modify the same model by XText and Sirius - in my case I only want the user to modify the model through XText. This should simplify the issue, as the Sirius model can never be dirty, should it not?
- Furthermore, if Entity A references a Library Function L but not Entity B, while B references L as well, there is a transitive relation between A and B, but I would not want to load B automatically when I load A. Imagine L is Type "String": I would not want to automatically load all other Strings into the model, just because A is a String, right? What would be the correct way to achieve this behavior, if the mentioned collectAllReferencedResource is not the right way? My Idea was to stop the transitive cross-reference-resolution at library types, e.g., at the mentioned String-Resource.
Thank you very much for your help, I was beginning to think I am alone on this. :-)
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