Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.xtext.AbstractRule#eIsProxy()

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Example 1
@Override
public Boolean caseRuleCall(RuleCall object) {
	AbstractRule calledRule = object.getRule();
	if (calledRule == null || calledRule.eIsProxy() || calledRule instanceof TerminalRule || calledRule instanceof EnumRule)
		return Boolean.FALSE;
	ParserRule parserRule = (ParserRule) calledRule;
	if (GrammarUtil.isDatatypeRule(parserRule))
		return Boolean.FALSE;
	if (parserRule.isFragment()) {
		visitFragment(object);
		if (GrammarUtil.isMultipleCardinality(object))
			visitFragment(object);
	}
	if (!addVisited(parserRule))
		return Boolean.FALSE;
	Multimap<String, AbstractElement> prevAssignedFeatures = assignedFeatures;
	assignedFeatures = newMultimap();
	doSwitch(parserRule.getAlternatives());
	for (String feature : assignedFeatures.keySet())
		prevAssignedFeatures.put(feature, object);
	assignedFeatures = prevAssignedFeatures;
	removeVisited(parserRule);
	return Boolean.FALSE;
}
 
Example 2
@Check
public void checkParameters(Variable variable) {
	Codetemplate template = EcoreUtil2.getContainerOfType(variable, Codetemplate.class);
	Codetemplates templates = EcoreUtil2.getContainerOfType(template, Codetemplates.class);
	if (templates != null && template != null) {
		Grammar language = templates.getLanguage();
		AbstractRule rule = template.getContext();
		ContextTypeIdHelper helper = languageRegistry.getContextTypeIdHelper(language);
		if (helper != null && rule != null && !rule.eIsProxy() && rule instanceof ParserRule) {
			String contextTypeId = helper.getId(rule);
			ContextTypeRegistry contextTypeRegistry = languageRegistry.getContextTypeRegistry(language);
			TemplateContextType contextType = contextTypeRegistry.getContextType(contextTypeId);
			if (contextType != null) {
				Iterator<TemplateVariableResolver> resolvers = Iterators.filter(contextType.resolvers(),
						TemplateVariableResolver.class);
				String type = variable.getType();
				if (type == null)
					type = variable.getName();
				while (resolvers.hasNext()) {
					final TemplateVariableResolver resolver = resolvers.next();
					if (resolver.getType().equals(type)) {
						IInspectableTemplateVariableResolver inspectableResolver = registry
								.toInspectableResolver(resolver);
						if (inspectableResolver != null) {
							inspectableResolver.validateParameters(variable, this);
						}
					}
				}
			}
		}
	}
}
 
Example 3
@Override
public String caseRuleCall(RuleCall object) {
	AbstractRule rule = object.getRule();
	String ruleName;
	if (rule != null && !rule.eIsProxy())
		ruleName = rule.getName();
	else
		ruleName = "unresolved_rule";
	return addCrossRefOrAssignemnt(ruleName, object) + card(object);
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: xtext-core   File: XtextLinker.java    License: Eclipse Public License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@Override
protected void setDefaultValueImpl(EObject obj, EReference ref, IDiagnosticProducer producer) {
	if (XtextPackage.eINSTANCE.getTypeRef_Metamodel() == ref) {
		final TypeRef typeRef = (TypeRef) obj;
		final String typeRefName = GrammarUtil.getTypeRefName(typeRef);
		final List<EObject> metamodels = XtextMetamodelReferenceHelper.findBestMetamodelForType(typeRef, "",
				typeRefName, scopeProvider.getScope(typeRef, ref));
		if (metamodels.isEmpty() || metamodels.size() > 1)
			producer.addDiagnostic(new DiagnosticMessage("Cannot find meta model for type '" + typeRefName + "'", Severity.ERROR, null));
		else
			typeRef.setMetamodel((AbstractMetamodelDeclaration) metamodels.get(0));
	} else if (XtextPackage.eINSTANCE.getCrossReference_Terminal() == ref) {
		AbstractRule rule = GrammarUtil.findRuleForName(GrammarUtil.getGrammar(obj), "ID");
		if (rule == null)
			producer.addDiagnostic(new DiagnosticMessage("Cannot resolve implicit reference to rule 'ID'", Severity.ERROR, null));
		else {
			RuleCall call = XtextFactory.eINSTANCE.createRuleCall();
			call.setRule(rule);
			((CrossReference) obj).setTerminal(call);
		}
	} else if (XtextPackage.eINSTANCE.getNamedArgument_Parameter() == ref) {
		final NamedArgument argument = (NamedArgument) obj;
		if (!argument.isCalledByName()) {
			RuleCall ruleCall = EcoreUtil2.getContainerOfType(argument, RuleCall.class);
			AbstractRule calledRule = ruleCall.getRule();
			if (!(calledRule instanceof ParserRule)) {
				producer.addDiagnostic(new DiagnosticMessage("Arguments can only be used with parser rules.", Severity.ERROR, null));	
				return;
			}
			if (!calledRule.eIsProxy()) {
				ParserRule casted = (ParserRule) calledRule;
				int idx = ruleCall.getArguments().indexOf(argument);
				if (idx < casted.getParameters().size()) {
					argument.setParameter(casted.getParameters().get(idx));
					return;
				} else if (casted.getParameters().size() == 0) {
					producer.addDiagnostic(new DiagnosticMessage(
							"Rule " + calledRule.getName() + " has no arguments.", Severity.ERROR, null));
				} else {
					String message = "Invalid number of arguments for rule " + calledRule.getName() + ", expecting "
							+ casted.getParameters().size() + " but was " + (idx+1);
					producer.addDiagnostic(new DiagnosticMessage(message, Severity.ERROR, null));
				}
			}
		}
	} else {
		super.setDefaultValueImpl(obj, ref, producer);
	}
}