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Difference between revisions of "GMF: Synchronized Container Use Cases"

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== Preface ==
 
== Preface ==
In the current state GMF generator supports two modes of diagram code generation - synchronized and non-synchronised. Toolsmith is able to switch between these two modes by changing GenDiagram.synchronized property. There were a number of discussions concerning diagram behavior in different situations according to the current mode. The idea of this document is to summarize requirements prior to the code changes. Once this document will be finalized, corresponding changes should be introduced into the code generator and the runtime part.
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In the current state GMF supports two modes of diagram code generation - synchronized and non-synchronised. Toolsmith is able to switch between these two modes by changing GenDiagram.synchronized property. There were a number of discussions concerning diagram behavior in different situations according to the current mode. The idea of this document is to summarize existing requirements to simplify upcoming features development. Once this document will be finalized, corresponding changes should be introduced into the code generator and the runtime part if necessary.
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This document will cover common use cases for different type of synchronized/non-synchronized diagrams from the end-user point of view and highlight corresponding places in code generator/runtime to be used to in corresponding conditions.
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== Definitions ==
 
== Definitions ==
 
== Synchronized containers ==
 
== Synchronized containers ==

Revision as of 10:24, 12 April 2007

Preface

In the current state GMF supports two modes of diagram code generation - synchronized and non-synchronised. Toolsmith is able to switch between these two modes by changing GenDiagram.synchronized property. There were a number of discussions concerning diagram behavior in different situations according to the current mode. The idea of this document is to summarize existing requirements to simplify upcoming features development. Once this document will be finalized, corresponding changes should be introduced into the code generator and the runtime part if necessary.

This document will cover common use cases for different type of synchronized/non-synchronized diagrams from the end-user point of view and highlight corresponding places in code generator/runtime to be used to in corresponding conditions.

Definitions

Synchronized containers

Synchronized links

Non-Synchronized elements

Useing code generator to generate element synchronization

GenDiagram.synchronized property

Switching On/Off Synchronization

HREFs