|All Layouts Have Containers On Top of One Another [message #1824381]
||Tue, 14 April 2020 16:27
| Brandon Lewis
Registered: May 2012
I have an Eclipse Photon install. I've upgraded it to Sirius 6.3. I have upgrade ELK to 0.6.1. I have enabled, or updated the Sirius ELK integration to 6.3 as well. My Xtext is also upgraded to 2.18
I have a VSM that has a Diagram Representation of my model. The Diagram Representation has a number of hierarchical containers with the final layer of hierarchy doing an import of itself thus allowing recursive containers to be drawn. Each container can have bordered nodes and those bordered nodes can have edges between hierarchy - the typical "port connection model"
Regardless of what layout I pick, and I think over a period of 3 hours I have picked them all (from ELK and the default Sirius ones), when a new diagram is created, all the containers are drawn on top of each other.
Auto-sizing is enabled, but ultimately since they are all on top of one another, I get a diagram with minimal size in the top left.
As I mentioned, I have tried a great number of layouts and I've attempted to adjust the node spacing on all of them and none of them will draw containers spaced out.
I've done all combinations of Select All Shapes, Select All Connectors -> Arrange, Select All -> Arrange.
nothing is work.
What is my first step for debugging this problem?
I can hand layout everything to demo to my team, but as soon as I say change a label in my xtext source file, the entire diagram draws itself on top of itself again.
[Updated on: Tue, 14 April 2020 16:27]
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