|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Papyrus: CSS Support for GMF|
Hi and thanks for the heads-up.
You're right this would impact every GMF modeler out there (EcoreTools being one of them) and lead to issues quite difficult to identify and fix.
Which lead me to this question : why don't you, in the papyrus code, directly refers to the Factory you want to use (here the one having the CSS support) - or even define your own extension point to retrieve the right one in the context of papyrus ? What is the rationale to override the GMF one for all the Eclipse Installation ?
Even if this does not introduce any specific bug or issue, just that fact that it might lookup the ResourceSet for the CSS support could lead to performance penalty for all the modelers - not something we could afford for no gain on the other hand. Furthermore your code might assume things which are just not true for other modelers, like the fact that the model is in a ResourceSet or even in a Resource.
Le 17/12/2013 18:13, LETAVERNIER Camille a écrit :
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