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Re: [] Default GMF Advices & Architectures

Hi Camille,

We noticed the same issue.
In SCADE Architect, we use our own "architecture" description,
and the default advices were not bound to it
(because the plugin.xml declaration only bind them to Papyrus' default context).
We have already fixed that, adding bindings to an existing elementtypesconfiguration file
that happens to be already included in Papyrus' and SCADE Architect's architecture.

I also had to fix a small issue when adding an existing advice binding
(cf ExternallyRegisteredAdvice, by opposition to registering a new one).

I can provide a gerrit contribution for all that (that was my plan anyway).


On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 11:45 AM, Camille Letavernier <cletavernier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi all,

I've had some trouble with the default GMF Advices, especially NotationViewDependentsAdvice. It seems that this advice is not bound via the element types model, but still using the plugin.xml (e.g. in oep.infra.service.types for UML, and oep.uml.architecture for Profiles).

Is there a reason for this? Does the Element Types or Architecture model support binding advices to the entire client context, or do we explicitly have to attach them to a specific element type? (If this is not supported, then I suppose that's the reason why we still rely on plugin.xml for these advices)

Anyway, I could make it work, using the plugin.xml way, but I'd still be interested to know if there's a better way :)

Camille Letavernier

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