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[QVTo] Import from different project: is it possible? [message #528128] Mon, 19 April 2010 13:09
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Originally posted by: dhendriksREMOVE.THIS.REMOVE...THIStueDOTnlREMOVE..THIS

Hello,

in a somefile.qvto file, one can co import bla, as long as bla.qvto and
somefile.qvto are in the same directory. I noticed, in the .project file
for Operational QVT projects, the following:

<buildCommand>
<name>org.eclipse.m2m.qvt.oml.project.QVTOBuilder</name>
<arguments>
<dictionary>
<key>src_container</key>
<value>transforms</value>
</dictionary>
</arguments>
</buildCommand>

I assume that the src_container is where QVTo looks for the imports. For
instance, the following import:

import a.b.NewLibrary;

gets correctly resolved to NewLibrary.qvto in the b subdirectory of the
a subdirectory of the transforms directory.

Now I have another .qvto file I'd like to import, but this one is in a
different project (I like to reuse it in multiple projects). How can I
import something from a different project? Is it possible at all? If so,
what do I need to change in the .project and/or .qvto files?

Thanks in advance,
Dennis
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