|[Announce]UML2 2.1 has gone generic. [message #470974]
||Fri, 23 February 2007 05:35
| james bruck
Registered: July 2009
Starting from UML2 2.1M5 the Ecore-to-UML and UML-to-Ecore converters will |
take generics into account.
What does this mean?
- Templates, template signatures, bindings, template parameter
substitutions, and such UML constructs now have a direct impact on the
generated Ecore model.
- Likewise, creating EGenericType (as generic supertypes or type arguments
etc.) or ETypeParameter in your Ecore model will result in template
signatures, template parameters, paramaterable elements, bindings and such
UML constructs when converting from Ecore to UML.
If you don't care about generics, don't worry, the converters will work
just fine without generics specified.
An article explaining updates to the ecore profile and examples of using
generics to follow.
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