|Re: Non-empty model in the beginning [message #1412916 is a reply to message #1412624]
||Wed, 27 August 2014 10:59
| Axel Guckelsberger
Registered: July 2009
maybe you can work with code templates, like described here:
After you defined a template for your desired initial model content, you
only need to find a way how to insert this template programmatically.
Inti Gonzalez-Herrera wrote:
> I'm creating a language with a few related concepts as Type, Property and
> Entity. The idea is that entities contain properties and each property is
> from a type.
> The problem at hand is that there are some predefined properties for each
> entity, and of course these properties have predefined types. It is by far
> more easy to handle all the properties in the same way in the validator
> and the generator but, to do so, I need to include such properties by
> default in the model.
> Is there a way to customize the mechanism to create an "empty" model? I
> mean, I want to execute some Java/Xtend code when a model/file is created.
> If possible, I would like to avoid solutions as: create an ecore model
> "graphically", then import it because the language is under development it
> is not comfortable to modify a graphic model over and over.
|Re: Non-empty model in the beginning [message #1413029 is a reply to message #1412916]
||Wed, 27 August 2014 15:49
| Uli Merkel
Registered: June 2013
Ok: the very best would be if the preamble text is added in the open process of the empty file.|
But: what about putting all your initial specifications in the Proposal Provider.
So if you have an empty file and press CTRL+SPACE, you get this text.
Another option is the validator and a quickfix which enters your standard text.
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