|Re: [EMF Compare] Getting started [message #621492 is a reply to message #621491]
||Fri, 16 October 2009 14:35
|| Laurent Goubet
Registered: July 2009
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This might seem "déjà lu" or a little bit out of space, it is a
copy/paste of a previous answer on this newsgroup. Don't hesitate to
slap me if it doesn't help :p.
It all depends on what you want to do with EMF Compare :) . If you
simply want to compare models, getting started is easy : add the
extension of the models you want to compare in Window => Preferences =>
General => Content types => EMF Compare and compare your files as you
would normally (see
If you wish to call EMF Compare programmatically, the examples are
indeed the good place to start, with the "standalone" example being the
more concise as to "how to call for a comparison from code".
If you wish to develop patches/fixes for EMF Compare, take a look at
on how to set up your environment.
Hope this helps,
Carlos a écrit :
> I want getting started with EMF Compare. I have installed the plugins
> and I'm looking for a example plugin like the EMF case (library example).
> I have found source code in that way in the URL:
> http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/org.eclipse.emf/org .eclipse.emf.compare/examples/org.eclipse.emf.compare.exampl es.export.xslt/?root=Modeling_Project
> Probably, that is a repository for developers...
> However, I wanted to know where can I get the binary to install it, and
> make the first tests.
> Thanks in advance.
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