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The Riena assembly in short is a set of extensions that define the navigation structure of Riena applications. Assemblies define the way the  [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Riena/Navigation navigationtree] of a Riena-Application looks like.
 
The Riena assembly in short is a set of extensions that define the navigation structure of Riena applications. Assemblies define the way the  [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Riena/Navigation navigationtree] of a Riena-Application looks like.
  
The AssemblyEditor is an improved treebased editor like the PDE extensionpoint editor, that offers much more comfort when editing assemblies.
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The AssemblyEditor is an improved treebased editor like the PDE extensionpoint editor, that offers much more comfort when editing assemblies. Besides having a richer editor for the navigationtree the AssemblyEditor can generate Javacode like Views/Controller from a template. So instead of creating a SubModuleView, registering it under the extensionpoint org.eclipse.ui.views, you can just let the AssemblyEditor do all the tedious work for you.
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Furthermore the AssemblyEditor can generate missing getRidget-calls in the SubModuleController for the corresponding Widgets. We support a roundtrip engineering at this point, so you can edit your SubModuleController like you are used to and let the AssemblyEditor update your missing getRidget-calls.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:15, 15 March 2011

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AssemblyEditor

The Riena assembly in short is a set of extensions that define the navigation structure of Riena applications. Assemblies define the way the navigationtree of a Riena-Application looks like.

The AssemblyEditor is an improved treebased editor like the PDE extensionpoint editor, that offers much more comfort when editing assemblies. Besides having a richer editor for the navigationtree the AssemblyEditor can generate Javacode like Views/Controller from a template. So instead of creating a SubModuleView, registering it under the extensionpoint org.eclipse.ui.views, you can just let the AssemblyEditor do all the tedious work for you.

Furthermore the AssemblyEditor can generate missing getRidget-calls in the SubModuleController for the corresponding Widgets. We support a roundtrip engineering at this point, so you can edit your SubModuleController like you are used to and let the AssemblyEditor update your missing getRidget-calls.

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