I looked at Cayenne Modeler when I started EM ... It's REALLLLY close
to EOModels, but not quite, and I just decided that I could make a
much better app that really knows EOF than to try and shoehorn another
ORM model into a different editor. However, it it works for you,
On Jan 15, 2008, at 5:29 PM, Anjo Krank wrote:
> Yeah well.. so use one of the trillion other tools that do this. I'd
> prefer to have EM model EOs perfectly and if the rest work, fine,
> but if not, tough luck.
> There are only so many hours in the day, and it can only hurt of the
> focus of the tool got lost in a maze of "uh, it would be nice to
> And frankly, I have yet to see *one* commit on EM that wasn't Mike's
> (apart from the odd one-line NPE fix).
> So I suggest you stop imagining and start working on it :)
> Cheers, Anjo
> Am 15.01.2008 um 22:59 schrieb Anders Peterson:
>> Anjo Krank wrote:
>>> Just what are you talking about?
>>> Cheers, Anjo
>>> Am 15.01.2008 um 21:54 schrieb Anders Peterson:
>>>> A tool named Entity Modeler must be awfully generic. With the
>>>> right eogenerator (or whatever you're using) template you should
>>>> be able to model and generate anything.
>> I imagine one could use Entity Modeler regardless of which ORM
>> framework is used - just by modifying the generator templates.
>> Doesn't even have to to be Java classes. You can of course only
>> model structures that EOF can handle/describe. Possibly some
>> features of some specific ORM framework can not be modeled.
>> I'm currently working on a small prototype application that is not
>> using EOF/WO, but I plan to use Entity Modeler to develop the
>> database and business object model, and make scripts that generate
>> Java classes as I need them.
>> Mathematics, Linear Algebra and Optimisation with Java
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