|Re: How to: Ecore Diagram for EMF [message #659627 is a reply to message #659594]
||Mon, 14 March 2011 20:36
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
The things you see in menus are often affected by other features that
have been installed, so it's not surprising that you'll generally see a
different menu than what the tutorial writer would have captured. All
the basic things described in the tutorials should still function well
in the latest version of Eclipse so best to overlook superficial
Ray Joseph wrote:
>> So it looks like it's there.
> Please tell me what line shows that the diagram service is there.
>> You're sure you have something selected in the explorer?
> Yes. When I right click on 'model', it is highlighted.
>> You implied there was an Ecore Tools section in the new wizard, but
>> just not the diagram choice; what's in that section?
> Yes. That was correct. It was available when I opened EMF this
> morning. I have shutdown and started up many times before but it
> never showed up. I wonder if there is something I am supposed to do
> to make it happen.
> I did notice that the 'project' I built with the tutorial was not in
> my work space. I wonder if the problem was that my project name had
> spaces in it. When I started over, I chose to replace the spaces with
> underscores. I can now close eclipse and it comes back up with the
> same view of the diagram editor and my tutorial project.
> That you for your time and effort. I am sure I will need help in the
> near future.
> I am concerned that the tutorial I am using is dated March 2010, and
> the screen shots do not look like what I see. Additionally, the menu
> items are not always in alignment. All the other tutorials I found
> were even older.
> As a newbie, it is difficult to inturpolate between Eclipse versions.
> Are there any suggestions on other, up to date tutorials or other
> methods of learning EMF?
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