|Re: To create nodes and links from code: it' possible to have a final answer about it? [message #505395 is a reply to message #504582]
||Wed, 30 December 2009 11:38
| Indigo Mising name
Registered: August 2009
Giovanni, I've also been frustrated about the best way to create nodes and links.|
Adam, your answer is very helpful, and I agree, these are fundemental questions. I think what would be really great is a high-level overview that describes the classes in the command/request framework and their intended use. By browsing the tutorials and forums, there are lots of examples that use different approaches and and classes, such as:
For a rookie (like me) , this stuff is very confusing (to put it mildly).
I have not be able to find anywhere (including the GMF documentation) that gives a good overview of theses classes and their use. If there is such a place, please direct me.
If you are reading this post and you have this kind of knowledge, I think it would help a lot of people and cure a lot of headaches .
Finally, I tried to bypass the entire request/command framework and have GMF do the 'hard work', with some success - if you're interested, take a look at the post entitled "An easier way to create diagram elements?"
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