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[Ecore Tools] How to make lines show up for super types and references? [message #613035] Thu, 27 December 2007 14:24
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Hi,

I wanted to help with 212409 <http://bugs.eclipse.org/212409>. But I
know so little about GMF that I don't know where to begin. What's I was
imagining was the ability to show a label on inheritance and reference
lines that represent the generic parameters. Such a label would only be
shown if the super type or the reference type has type parameters. I
could then look into how to parse the user-modified text to build the
proper EGenericType. Probably I'll start by trying to get it to work
for operations and attributes...

I was also playing with the editor (it's very cool!) to build a diagram
and I was at a complete loss for how to make inheritance and reference
lines show up in the editor. I feel kind of stupid asking how to do
that, but try as I might, I have not been able to figure it out on my
own. I tried even with the simple library model and I can drag classes
into the diagram, but I don't now how to make the lines show up. A hint
from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi,<br>
<br>
I wanted to help with <a href="http://bugs.eclipse.org/212409"
class="external text" title="http://bugs.eclipse.org/212409"
rel="nofollow">212409</a>.&nbsp; But I know so little about GMF that I
don't know where to begin.&nbsp; What's I was imagining was the ability to
show a label on inheritance and reference lines that represent the
generic parameters.&nbsp; Such a label would only be shown if the super type
or the reference type has type parameters.&nbsp; I could then look into how
to parse the user-modified text to build the proper EGenericType.&nbsp;&nbsp;
Probably I'll start by trying to get it to work for operations and
attributes...<br>
<br>
I was also playing with the editor (it's very cool!) to build a diagram
and I was at a complete loss for how to make inheritance and reference
lines show up in the editor.&nbsp; I feel kind of stupid asking how to do
that, but try as I might, I have not been able to figure it out on my
own.&nbsp; I tried even with the simple library model and I can drag classes
into the diagram, but I don't now how to make the lines show up.&nbsp; A
hint from anyone would be greatly appreciated.<br>
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</html>

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