|Re: Content assist with Xbase grammars [message #844052 is a reply to message #843958]
||Fri, 13 April 2012 16:28
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
I think you are facing this one:
After you save your dsl file (and put the src-gen onto the source-path
of your project), you'll most likely see the proposals.
Did you face other problems with content proposals, too?
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Am 13.04.12 16:40, schrieb Jochen Schmich:
> Hi there,
> As a newbie to Xbase-based grammars I have to ask this rather simple
> Consider the following pretty straightforward case in which I use the
> JvmTypeReference to assign a type to a property.
> I think most readers should be familiar with this :)
> Property: 'property' name=ID ':' type=JvmTypeReference
> I've also implemented the JvmModelInferrer as proposed in the
> documentation. The linking stuff works nicely.
> I didn't achieve to make the elements declared in the model (they don't
> exist as Java classes yet) appear in content assist.
> Of course I only mean those elements being propagated as a
> JvmGenericType to the JvmModel in the JvmModelInferrer.
> I guess that, after digging deeper into the Xtext codebase, I'll be able
> to get them to appear - but is there a nice out-of-the-box way to do
> this in my ProposalProvider?
> I've tried whether the Entity-example project supports this - without
> Can someone give me a hint on this, please?
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