Introduction in Java

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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
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152 Concrete Syntax Development
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The abstract syntax for a DSL usually must be presented for use by humans, so one or more concrete syntaxes must be developed By default, EMF provides XMI serialization of model instances, but you might want to provide an alternative serialization syntax as well You also might choose to define a textual concrete syntax used for serialization
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GMF Project
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The GMF project provides a graphical concrete syntax Using GMF, a Toolsmith can develop the graphical notation for a DSL and map it to the abstract syntax These models generate a feature-rich diagram editor 4, Developing a DSL Graphical Notation, covers the development of diagrams for DSLs using GMF
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TMF Project
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Those who prefer a textual concrete syntax can use the TMF project After extracting grammar from the domain model, you can leverage generators that target the Eclipse platform to produce high-quality textual editors, complete with syntax highlighting, code completion, builders, and so on 5, Developing a DSL Textual Syntax, covers the development of textual editors for DSLs
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153 Model Transformation
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As satisfying as it is to define a DSL and generate a custom textual or graphical editing environment, we typically want to produce some output from our instance models We include the development of model transformations in the context of a DSL Toolkit because, without them, the story is incomplete The Modeling project provides both model-to-model and model-to-text transformation components
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Model-to-Model Transformation (M2M) Project
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Using the abstract syntax definition of our DSL, we can define model transformations to produce other models or generate textual output In the case of the former, you will develop model-to-model transformations using the QVT Operational Mapping Language (OML), although the Model-to-Model Transformation (M2M) project offers alternatives such as ATL and QVT Relations You will develop model-to-model transformations using QVT in 6, Developing Model-to-Model Transformations
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15 The Eclipse Modeling Project
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Model-to-Text Transformation (M2T) Project
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Alternatives exist within the Modeling project for model-to-text transformation Perhaps the most well-known is the Java Emitter Templates (JET) component, which EMF itself uses Xpand is an increasingly popular template engine, used extensively by the GMF project You will develop model-to-text transformations using Xpand in 7, Developing Model-to-Text Transformations
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154 Model Development Tools (MDT)
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The MDT project within Modeling does not fall into any previous categorization The focus of this project is to provide so-called big M modeling capabilities that is, those based on industry-standard models, such as those produced by the OMG Currently, MDT consists of several components, each of which I briefly describe next Although this book touches on some of these components, the range of functionality that MDT provides deserves a book of its own Until such time, you can find documentation for these components on the Modeling Web site and wiki pages
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An important component within the MDT project that extends the capabilities of EMF is XSD Many XSDs are available for application- and industry-standard models, so it is useful to import them into EMF and work with them as you would any Ecore model Special annotations are added to the model created when importing an XSD, which allows EMF to serialize these model instances as valid XML documents that conform to their schema definition Section 671, Importing an XSD, uses the XSD for XHTML to produce a report using modelto-model transformation
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UML2
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The UML2 component provides an EMF-based implementation of the OMG s UML2 metamodel This component serves as the de facto reference implementation of the specification and was developed in collaboration with the specification itself The UML2 component also provides support for UML Profiles Although this component focuses on the implementation of the metamodel, it provides an enhanced version of the EMF-generated editor UML2 diagramming functionality is left to the UML2 Tools component Noted that although this book focuses on Ecore as the metamodel for creating the abstract syntax of DSLs, the UML2 metamodel provides another option
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