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== Presentation ==
 
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This first tutorial will show you the common use of EEF.
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This first tutorial will show you the common use of EEF. It describes the step to obtains the EEF models and generate the associated. Finally, It shows how to link the generated code with a simple treeview EMF editor.
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== Tutorial ==
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First you have to do this tutorial in a "EEF ready" environment. To obtain this environment, read the [[EEF Installation Guide]].
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In the EEF environment, the first step is to initialize the EEF models. These models describe the visual elements of the generated editing components and the binding between these elements and the meta-classes of your meta-model. EEF provides an action to create these models. To call this action, perform a right click on the genmodel of your metamodel and lauch the ''action EEF > Initialize EEF models''.

Revision as of 10:48, 14 August 2009

Presentation

This first tutorial will show you the common use of EEF. It describes the step to obtains the EEF models and generate the associated. Finally, It shows how to link the generated code with a simple treeview EMF editor.

Tutorial

First you have to do this tutorial in a "EEF ready" environment. To obtain this environment, read the EEF Installation Guide.

In the EEF environment, the first step is to initialize the EEF models. These models describe the visual elements of the generated editing components and the binding between these elements and the meta-classes of your meta-model. EEF provides an action to create these models. To call this action, perform a right click on the genmodel of your metamodel and lauch the action EEF > Initialize EEF models.

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