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Re: How to effectively work with packages in ECORE [message #620373] Tue, 28 October 2008 23:48
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Martin,

Comments below.

Martin Johansen wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I am using an .ecorediag diagram to handle my ecore diagrams. It is
> great.
I agree. I LOVE it!
> One problem I have, though, is the use of nested packages.
Nested packages I don't love!
> It is very cumbersome to open the nested packages each time the
> tree-outline decides to shrink itself..
The Ecore Tools project hasn't graduated yet. Hopefully for Galileo it
will! So questions about it are best addressed to the EMFT newsgroup.
I've added it to the "to" list of the reply.
>
> How do I effectively work with packages nested 6-7 down when working
> with ecore? Is it possible to somehow nest them, the way it is done in
> the eclipse-package explorer for JDT?
Personally, I'd avoid nested package. To me it's just as well to keep
each in its own file. By setting the Base Package property of each
GenPackage, you can achieve whatever Java package nesting you want in
the generated code, without nesting EPackages.

I guess I'd need to try to to see what associated problems show up in
Ecore Tools...
>
> - Martin
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