[Uml-devel] Howto compile SVN and file format changes question
Achim.Spangler at mnet-online.de
Wed Aug 17 05:49:11 UTC 2005
now I found the real problem:
The new <UML:Namespace> tag was introduced since umbrello 1.3.2 .
After manually inserting the <UML:Namespace> tag into the xmi file, everything
loads fine ( i.e. the types are automatically resolved ).
So maybe the backward compatibility node should be enhanced to insert this
tag, when it isn't found in a xmi file.
Am Dienstag, 16. August 2005 22:05 schrieb Achim Spangler:
> Hi Oliver,
> thanks for the quick answer.
> Am Dienstag, 16. August 2005 20:54 schrieb Oliver.Kellogg at t-online.de:
> >> how can I compile the latest umbrello from SVN without installing Qt4?
> >Check out svn.kde.org:/home/kde/branches/KDE/3.5/kdesdk .
> >Actually the 3.5 branch of umbrello is more current than the main trunk
> > which, as you noticed, now hosts the KDE4 port.
> Hmmh - is the Qt requirement rule in the main trunk more flexible, even if
> it is more current??
> Well - I'll try tomorrow and let you know?
> > > Now I get during load several problems:
> > > + dialogs pop up and ask for class names
> > > + several labels aren't displayed
> > > + in the end umbrello segfaults
> > Wow.
> > Well, NOW is the right time for testing - so that we can get things
> > sorted out before the umbrello 1.5 release together with KDE 3.5 (some
> > time in October.)
> > > Some days before, a similar problem was reported and some sort of
> > > bugfix followed. Therefore I want to compile the newest umbrello
> > > version before I continue reporting more exact descriptions.
> > Fine.
> > > But as I know the XMI format good enough, I could do some file
> > > preparation/conversion if I knew the biggest file format changes
> > > between umbrello 1.3.2 and today.
> > The biggest change is that the "type" attribute in <UML:Attribute> used
> > to contain the plain text of the attribute type and now it contains the
> > xmi.id of the corresponding XMI element of the type. Similarly for
> > <UML:Parameter>.
> With some luck, umbrellos backwards compatibility load algorithms were
> bailing out due to size of xmi and due to this change. So I'll manually
> convert the type to UIDs, so that at least reason can be excluded.
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