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[Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #107770] Tue, 22 January 2008 11:00 Go to next message
Cyril Faucher is currently offline Cyril FaucherFriend
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Hi,

In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an EClass.
It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.

Regards, Cyril.

--
Cyril Faucher
IRISA-INRIA - Rennes, France
[Breathe life into your metamodels www.kermeta.org]
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #107784 is a reply to message #107770] Tue, 22 January 2008 13:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jacques LESCOT is currently offline Jacques LESCOTFriend
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Cyril,

This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but that
is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the user
searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a given
EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of the
Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.

Cyril Faucher a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
> EClass.
> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>
> Regards, Cyril.
>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #107798 is a reply to message #107784] Tue, 22 January 2008 14:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Cyril Faucher is currently offline Cyril FaucherFriend
Messages: 63
Registered: July 2009
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Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and unknown
metamodels.

Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.

Cyril.

Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
> Cyril,
>
> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but that
> is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the user
> searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a given
> EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of the
> Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>
> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>> EClass.
>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>
>> Regards, Cyril.
>>


--
Cyril Faucher
IRISA-INRIA - Rennes, France
[Breathe life into your metamodels www.kermeta.org]
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #107813 is a reply to message #107798] Tue, 22 January 2008 15:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jacques LESCOT is currently offline Jacques LESCOTFriend
Messages: 247
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.

Cyril Faucher a écrit :
> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and unknown
> metamodels.
>
> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>
> Cyril.
>
> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>> Cyril,
>>
>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of
>> the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>
>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>>> EClass.
>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>
>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>
>
>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #107827 is a reply to message #107813] Tue, 22 January 2008 18:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
lucas bigeardel is currently offline lucas bigeardelFriend
Messages: 155
Registered: July 2009
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did you discriminate your search participants to the sole EClass meta
element ?

If it is the case I would be more than happy grabbing an ecore model
example to find the cause of such slowish execution.

I also maybe have to explore efficiency about EMFT Search model loading
which is a not optimized for large models for the moment.

cheers,

Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
> Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
> search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
> scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
> Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.
>
> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and
>> unknown metamodels.
>>
>> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
>> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>>
>> Cyril.
>>
>> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>>> Cyril,
>>>
>>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part
>>> of the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>>
>>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>>>> EClass.
>>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>>
>>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>>
>>
>>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #108050 is a reply to message #107827] Thu, 24 January 2008 10:53 Go to previous message
Cyril Faucher is currently offline Cyril FaucherFriend
Messages: 63
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Lucas,

Comments below.

lucas bigeardel a écrit :
> did you discriminate your search participants to the sole EClass meta
> element ?
>
> If it is the case I would be more than happy grabbing an ecore model
> example to find the cause of such slowish execution.

You can download the famous Kermeta metamodel at:
http://gforge.inria.fr/plugins/scmcvs/cvsweb.php/kermeta_pro jects/fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta.model/build/ecore/kermeta_ja va.ecore?cvsroot=kermeta

>
> I also maybe have to explore efficiency about EMFT Search model loading
> which is a not optimized for large models for the moment.

A detail: this problem has been detected during the search launched by
the EReferences search feature from the Ecore Tools Ecore editor
(right-clic on an EClass) and not directly via the classical Eclipse Search.
I guess this feature discriminates the search participants to the sole
EReference meta-element...

Best regards,
Cyril.

>
> cheers,
>
> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>> Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
>> search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
>> scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
>> Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.
>>
>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and
>>> unknown metamodels.
>>>
>>> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
>>> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>>>
>>> Cyril.
>>>
>>> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>>>> Cyril,
>>>>
>>>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>>>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>>>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>>>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part
>>>> of the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>>>
>>>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on
>>>>> an EClass.
>>>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>>>
>>>
>>>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #614055 is a reply to message #107770] Tue, 22 January 2008 13:41 Go to previous message
Jacques LESCOT is currently offline Jacques LESCOTFriend
Messages: 247
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Cyril,

This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but that
is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the user
searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a given
EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of the
Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.

Cyril Faucher a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
> EClass.
> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>
> Regards, Cyril.
>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #614056 is a reply to message #107784] Tue, 22 January 2008 14:41 Go to previous message
Cyril Faucher is currently offline Cyril FaucherFriend
Messages: 63
Registered: July 2009
Member
Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and unknown
metamodels.

Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.

Cyril.

Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
> Cyril,
>
> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but that
> is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the user
> searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a given
> EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of the
> Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>
> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>> EClass.
>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>
>> Regards, Cyril.
>>


--
Cyril Faucher
IRISA-INRIA - Rennes, France
[Breathe life into your metamodels www.kermeta.org]
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #614057 is a reply to message #107798] Tue, 22 January 2008 15:06 Go to previous message
Jacques LESCOT is currently offline Jacques LESCOTFriend
Messages: 247
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.

Cyril Faucher a écrit :
> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and unknown
> metamodels.
>
> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>
> Cyril.
>
> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>> Cyril,
>>
>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part of
>> the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>
>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>>> EClass.
>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>
>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>
>
>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #614058 is a reply to message #107813] Tue, 22 January 2008 18:33 Go to previous message
lucas bigeardel is currently offline lucas bigeardelFriend
Messages: 155
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
did you discriminate your search participants to the sole EClass meta
element ?

If it is the case I would be more than happy grabbing an ecore model
example to find the cause of such slowish execution.

I also maybe have to explore efficiency about EMFT Search model loading
which is a not optimized for large models for the moment.

cheers,

Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
> Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
> search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
> scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
> Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.
>
> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and
>> unknown metamodels.
>>
>> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
>> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>>
>> Cyril.
>>
>> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>>> Cyril,
>>>
>>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part
>>> of the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>>
>>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on an
>>>> EClass.
>>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>>
>>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>>
>>
>>
Re: [Ecore Tools] Search references popup menu [message #614074 is a reply to message #107827] Thu, 24 January 2008 10:53 Go to previous message
Cyril Faucher is currently offline Cyril FaucherFriend
Messages: 63
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Lucas,

Comments below.

lucas bigeardel a écrit :
> did you discriminate your search participants to the sole EClass meta
> element ?
>
> If it is the case I would be more than happy grabbing an ecore model
> example to find the cause of such slowish execution.

You can download the famous Kermeta metamodel at:
http://gforge.inria.fr/plugins/scmcvs/cvsweb.php/kermeta_pro jects/fr.irisa.triskell.kermeta.model/build/ecore/kermeta_ja va.ecore?cvsroot=kermeta

>
> I also maybe have to explore efficiency about EMFT Search model loading
> which is a not optimized for large models for the moment.

A detail: this problem has been detected during the search launched by
the EReferences search feature from the Ecore Tools Ecore editor
(right-clic on an EClass) and not directly via the classical Eclipse Search.
I guess this feature discriminates the search participants to the sole
EReference meta-element...

Best regards,
Cyril.

>
> cheers,
>
> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>> Yes, this is an EMFT Search related question. When you perform the
>> search request on your large metamodel, did you restricted the Search
>> scope on the metamodel only ? If your metamodel loads external
>> Resources, this might be a reason of the slow search process.
>>
>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>> Ok, Jacques. All these shortcuts are very useful with large and
>>> unknown metamodels.
>>>
>>> Another question, maybe it is a "EMF Search" topic, but I think the
>>> search exec is very long (15s) with my metamodel.
>>>
>>> Cyril.
>>>
>>> Jacques LESCOT a écrit :
>>>> Cyril,
>>>>
>>>> This action is currently brought by the EMFT Search Component, but
>>>> that is true we need to think of a better/similar way of letting the
>>>> user searching/navigating along the existing EReference related to a
>>>> given EClass. This action and the References View developed as part
>>>> of the Ecore Tools project provide same functionality using two ways.
>>>>
>>>> Cyril Faucher a écrit :
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> In the Ecore editor, I have tried to use the search references on
>>>>> an EClass.
>>>>> It seems this ability is available and similar both througth the
>>>>> graphical area and the outline, but the icons are not the same.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards, Cyril.
>>>>>
>>>
>>>
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