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=Multiple source patterns =
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==Multiple source patterns ==
  
 
Many AMW examples use ATL matching transformations with multiple source patterns, i.e., ATL rules that match more than one element. This feature needs the ATL 2006 compiler. The [[ATL 2006]] page explains how to update your sources with this version, and how to select the correct compiler.
 
Many AMW examples use ATL matching transformations with multiple source patterns, i.e., ATL rules that match more than one element. This feature needs the ATL 2006 compiler. The [[ATL 2006]] page explains how to update your sources with this version, and how to select the correct compiler.
  
== Installation from the sources: ==
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== Installation from the sources ==
  
 
Check out the usual ATL sources from the CVS.  
 
Check out the usual ATL sources from the CVS.  
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To do that, just modify and save the .atl file.
 
To do that, just modify and save the .atl file.
  
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[http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/amw/examples/ AMW Examples]
 
[http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/amw/examples/ AMW Examples]

Revision as of 05:39, 17 January 2007

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Multiple source patterns

Many AMW examples use ATL matching transformations with multiple source patterns, i.e., ATL rules that match more than one element. This feature needs the ATL 2006 compiler. The ATL 2006 page explains how to update your sources with this version, and how to select the correct compiler.

Installation from the sources

Check out the usual ATL sources from the CVS. Check out the "org.eclipse.gmt.atl.atl2006" project.

After the checkout, be sure the ATL transformation was recompiled. To do that, just modify and save the .atl file.

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AMW Examples