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How to get involve [message #621451] Sun, 11 October 2009 18:28 Go to next message
Frank Wiedemann is currently offline Frank WiedemannFriend
Messages: 4
Registered: October 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

I already where on the EMFT web page but I can not see how to take part at the development.
Already using oaw4.3.1 I started to have look at oaw5 which is now part of the eclipse project. During my work with oaw I developed a generic post processor which allows to configure a pretty printer e.g. for C++ using Uncrustify. All the pretty printer has to fulfill is, that it is able to work with input- and output-streams. In fact the generic post processor is able to work with any post processing filter supporting i/o-streams.
I think it is very useful and so I would like to contribute it to the mwe source code.
On the other hand I had a look at the code of mwe. What I miss during my work with oaw is to use environment variables to define properties as like as in ant scripts. I would like to add it to the WorkflowParser class.

Can anybody tell me how to start?

Regards
Frank
Re: How to get involve [message #621456 is a reply to message #621451] Mon, 12 October 2009 20:21 Go to previous message
Sebastian Zarnekow is currently offline Sebastian ZarnekowFriend
Messages: 3109
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Frank,

welcome to EMFT.
A good starter would be to file a bug[1] and attach a patch with your
proposed solution. If you'ld like to add core funtionality it is a good
idea to outline your approach before you actually start to implement
something so we can discuss design decisions prior to your effort with
implementing a certain function. We'ld be happy to review the patch and
after a couple of iterations it'll probably become part of the codebase.

Regards,
Sebastian

[1]
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?assigned_to=emft -mwe-inbox%40eclipse.org&blocked=&bug_file_loc=http% 3A%2F%2F&bug_severity=normal&bug_status=NEW&comm ent=&component=MWE&contenttypeentry=&contenttype method=autodetect&contenttypeselection=text%2Fplain& data=&dependson=&description=&flag_type-1=X& flag_type-2=X&flag_type-4=X&flag_type-6=X&flag_t ype-7=X&flag_type-8=X&flag_type-9=X&form_name=en ter_bug&keywords=&maketemplate=Remember%20values%20a s%20bookmarkable%20template&op_sys=Mac%20OS%20X&prio rity=P3&product=EMFT&qa_contact=&rep_platform=PC &short_desc=&version=unspecified
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Frank Wiedemann schrieb:
> Hello,
>
> I already where on the EMFT web page but I can not see how to take part
> at the development. Already using oaw4.3.1 I started to have look at
> oaw5 which is now part of the eclipse project. During my work with oaw I
> developed a generic post processor which allows to configure a pretty
> printer e.g. for C++ using Uncrustify. All the pretty printer has to
> fulfill is, that it is able to work with input- and output-streams. In
> fact the generic post processor is able to work with any post processing
> filter supporting i/o-streams.
> I think it is very useful and so I would like to contribute it to the
> mwe source code.
> On the other hand I had a look at the code of mwe. What I miss during my
> work with oaw is to use environment variables to define properties as
> like as in ant scripts. I would like to add it to the WorkflowParser class.
> Can anybody tell me how to start?
>
> Regards Frank
>
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