|Re: [mdt-papyrus.dev] Papyrus incubation projects?|
In reply to myself,
-I have been searching, and the fact that don't need anymore the papyrus ELK plugin is due to ELK new features for GMF as can read here https://rtsys.informatik.uni-kiel.de/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=328078
-The layering plugins were updated for 2018-09, and I have been able to upgrade to 2019-12, but don't work as expected.
-I created some modifications to upgrade diagramtemplate plugins to eclipse 2019-12, instead of using target platform config files, using tycho with another style, but maybe can be able to make it keep the target platform config files.
I was not able to push changes to Gerrit and opened a bug (think so) because of that. Anyone interested, can find the upgraded version here https://github.com/perelengo/org.eclipse.papyrus.incubation
De: mdt-papyrus.dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx <mdt-papyrus.dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> en nombre de Pere Joseph Rodríguez <perelengo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Enviado: viernes, 27 de marzo de 2020 13:51
Para: mdt-papyrus.dev@xxxxxxxxxxx <mdt-papyrus.dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Asunto: [mdt-papyrus.dev] Papyrus incubation projects?
I have installed the eclipse 2019-12, and installed the ELK SDK version 0.6.0 , and as I see now, the Papyrus ELK is integrated automatically without needing to install the org.eclipse.papyrus.infra.gmfdiag.elk incubation plugin.
I am upgrading the diagramtemplate plugin for lastest versions of eclipse (already pulled changes to gerrit), and also wanted to upgrade the layering plugins.
I want to integrate diagramtemplate with elk, and maybe layers, to generate complete and auto generated diagrams.
Can anyone help on some info about the incubation projects?
Pere Joseph Rodríguez
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