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TigerstripeF2F 20080716

< To: Tigerstripe Face2Face Meetings

Agenda to be defined. We will work out a schedule on site based on the candidate topics below.

Candidate Topics

Versioning/distribution of generators on website

Bugzilla review

XMI Import/export vs. UML import/export

Componentized model issues

  • Annotations in Tigerstripe generators: There was an issue where the generators were unable to access the annotation definitions due to the Eclipse class loading mechanism. A solution has been implemented where a developer may add annotation references in the TS-PLUGIN.xml file. This will ensure that the required annotation classes are available at compile time and runtime. This is implemented, but will need to verified in production.
  • Annotations in Facets: Enhancement to do inclusions and exclusions based on annotations is currently in progress. Functionality has been tested with JUnit, but not included in UI at this point. Facet xml file stores inclusion or exclusion patterns using annotation id (pkg + name of EMF class). An audit will be required.
  • Abstract Associations: Abstract Associations and abstract Associations Classes are not being walked through during facet resolution. If a concrete subclass is defined in a facet the abstract parent was also included if it is present in the same project. Now that we support generations requiring multiple components we don't necessarily see abstract parent (if contained in other component). This issue has been resolved and the generation will now walk associations between components.
  • Facet Meta-Data: Dynamic meta-data defined in facets to be accessible from generators (name value pairs). Generator would expect entries from facets and process accordingly (name + group of strings for first implementation).

IPackageArtifact adapters (Bug 240246)

Package representation in class diagrams (GMF re-gen)

Status of UI Testing and inclusion in automated builds

Annotation API on IModelComponents

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