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EMFT Texo: Auto-generate Java model code on model file changes

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Hi!

Next to the work I am doing on an EMF JSON resource, and solving some bugs, I was very motivated to get a nice new feature into Texo: automatic code generation on model file changes.

After each model change you have to go through the somewhat cumbersome right click on a project file and finding the Texo menu to generate your code.

This has now become a lot easier! In the Texo project properties you can now define, that code should be automatically generated when a model file changes. This includes changes to xsd’s and annotation model files.

The project properties allow you to set different things like if only certain model files should trigger a regenerate, or if JPA or DAO classes need to be generated. It is all described here.

So just check the correct flag in the project properties and your code is generated on-the-fly and more importantly: automatic.

Thanks for reading and I hope this blog post helps to give Texo a try. Visit the Texo wiki for more information. Let me know if you have any questions or remarks on the EMFT newsgroup or forum!

gr. Martin

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Written by martintaal

May 18, 2012 at 12:54 am

Posted in Texo

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