|(no subject) [message #688550 is a reply to message #688501]
||Fri, 24 June 2011 22:09
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Thanks Ole good to hear that it helps!|
On 06/24/2011 09:59 PM, Ole Ersoy wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> Yeah Yeah - But can it finish my whole project in one click? Just kidding (Although I would not be surprised if someone
> said "Well more like 3 clicks..."). Texo Rocks!! Thank you for pointing this out,
> - Ole
> On 06/24/2011 01:20 PM, Martin Taal wrote:
>> Hi Ole,
>> Depending on how use EMF, the Texo project could also be interesting. It
>> supports also specifying java annotationgs in EAnnotations, these are
>> placed in the corresponding location in the generated code:
>> You can also easily extend/override the templates:
>> and generate an orm:
>> and control the code/orm generation through annotations on the model:
>> gr. Martin
>> On 06/24/2011 06:03 PM, Ole Ersoy wrote:
>>>> Have you looked into Teneo?
>>> I do use Teneo and wanted to give Hibernate Validator a shot at
>>> performing my validation work.
>>>> Alternatively I imagine we could have some special type of EAnnotation
>>>> that the generator would use to produce real Java annotations. I've not
>>>> given any thought to how one might structure such things to make them
>>>> general and flexible...
>>> OK - I'll start reviewing some of the history on this.
>>>> You can use dynamic templates and take advantage of
>>>> Class/getGenFeature.annotations.insert.javajetinc to insert annotations
>>>> yourself based on information in your Ecore or GenModel...
>>> Ah - That sounds promising. I'll look into as well. Thanks!
>>> - Ole
With Regards, Martin Taal
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