|Re: Strange Xtext error [message #1007317 is a reply to message #1007296]
||Tue, 05 February 2013 13:53
| Jan Koehnlein
Registered: July 2009
The problem is that the Ecore editor uses relative URIs to refer to |
EModelElements in other ecore files. This doesn't work with Xtext once
they are installed. As a workaround, open your Ecore files with a text
editor and replace all relative URIs with platform resource URIs, e.g.
by replacing all occurrences of "../../" with "platform:/resource/"
before exporting and installing the plug-ins. The bad thing is, you have
to fix all these URIs ever time you have saved an Ecore editor with the
Am 05.02.13 13:23, schrieb Nicolas:
> I have two plugins A and B :
> - A contains an ecore model mmA.ecore that defines a single EClass named
> - B depends on plugin A and contains an ecore model mmB.ecore that defines
> an EClass named classB with classA as its superclass.
> I build these two plugins and install them in the running eclipse.
> In a separate workspace. initially empty, and using the eclipse in which
> plugins A
> and B have been installed, I create a third plugin C, with an ecore
> model mmC.ecore
> that defines a class named classC, the superclass of which is classB.
> As soon as I add the Xtext nature to the project of plugin C, there is a
> error that
> appears in the Problems view :
> The feature 'eAllSuperTypes' of
> contains an unresolved proxy
> What's going wrong ?
> Eclipse if juno SR1, and Xtext is version 2.3.1.v201208210947
> Thanks for any hint.
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