|Re: EMF/Xtext resource handling [message #1200551 is a reply to message #1199302]
||Thu, 21 November 2013 09:41
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 20/11/2013 8:48 PM, Tom Mealey wrote:
> Hi all,
> I posed this already in the Xtext forum but did not get any responses,
> so I figured I would try here. I apologize if this is outside of the
> realm of this forum!
> I have an Xtext project in which I am trying to add a "#include"
> mechanism that allows the user to include a file (with any file
> extension) to be parsed for instances of my own Ecore object. The
> approach I took is similar to the one I found in this post:
> However, since I would like to be able to handle any type of file
> without concern for the file extension,
Handle how? It's often important that you use a model's registered
resource factory in order to read the model's instances...
> I added an extension points to org.eclipse.emf.ecore.protocol_parser
> and org.eclipse.xtext.protocol_resourceServiceProvider with
> protocolName="file", rather than the extension version of those two as
> in the above post.
> My question is can I safely make these extensions to the file
> protocol, or in doing so am I overriding other important EMF/Xtext
> resource handlers?
That's really an Xtext question, but it sound suspicious to me. Perhaps
you should be specializing the resource set create and special the
resource sets local resource factory registry.
Powered by FUDForum
. Page generated in 0.02231 seconds