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(no subject) [message #687468] Wed, 15 June 2011 11:02 Go to next message
Andr is currently offline AndrFriend
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Hi,

EMF query2 provides support for indexing EObject type and references between EObjects. The "EMF index" project provides support for indexing attributes of EObjects, but only has rudimentary query support.

Are there plans to merge the EMF query2 and EMF index projects? In my opinion, query2 should be able to index attributes, and EMF index needs better query support like in EMF query2!

What can I do, if I need attribute indexes in EMF query2?

Thank for in advance!

Greetings,
André
Re: EMF query and index [message #687473 is a reply to message #687468] Wed, 15 June 2011 12:44 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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André,

The Xtext folks worked on an index as did the Query2 folks. There was
some effort a while back into merging the two approaches as part of the
EMF index project, but changes to the Query2 team seems to have stalled
that effort. I.e., EMF Index appears to be going nowhere.


Andr wrote:
> Hi,
>
> EMF query2 provides support for indexing EObject type and references
> between EObjects. The "EMF index" project provides support for
> indexing attributes of EObjects, but only has rudimentary query support.
>
> Are there plans to merge the EMF query2 and EMF index projects? In my
> opinion, query2 should be able to index attributes, and EMF index
> needs better query support like in EMF query2!
>
> What can I do, if I need attribute indexes in EMF query2?
>
> Thank for in advance!
>
> Greetings,
> André
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