Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EClassifier#equals()

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Example 1
Source Project: xtext-core   File: EcoreUtil2.java    License: Eclipse Public License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * @since 2.1
 */
public static EClassifier getCompatibleType(EClassifier typeA, EClassifier typeB, EObject grammarContext) {
	if (typeA.equals(typeB))
		return typeA;
	if (typeA instanceof EDataType && typeB instanceof EDataType) {
		Class<?> instanceClassA = typeA.getInstanceClass();
		Class<?> instanceClassB = typeB.getInstanceClass();
		if (instanceClassA != null && instanceClassB != null) {
			if (instanceClassA.isAssignableFrom(instanceClassB))
				return typeA;
			if (instanceClassB.isAssignableFrom(instanceClassA))
				return typeB;
		}
	}
	
	// no common type for simple datatypes available
	if (!(typeA instanceof EClass && typeB instanceof EClass))
		return null;

	List<EClass> sortedCandidates = getSortedCommonCompatibleTypeCandidates((EClass) typeA, (EClass) typeB);
	for (EClass candidate : sortedCandidates)
		if (isCommonCompatibleType(candidate, sortedCandidates))
			return candidate;
	EClass result = GrammarUtil.findEObject(GrammarUtil.getGrammar(grammarContext));
	return result;
}
 
Example 2
@Test
public void should_all_flow_element_classifiers_supported() throws Exception {
    final EClass flowElementEClass = ProcessPackage.Literals.FLOW_ELEMENT;
    for (final EClassifier eClass : ProcessPackage.eINSTANCE.getEClassifiers()) {
        if (eClass instanceof EClass
                && flowElementEClass.isSuperTypeOf((EClass) eClass)
                && !((EClass) eClass).isAbstract()
                && !eClass.equals(flowElementEClass)
                //Should below eClasses be abstract ?
                && !eClass.equals(ProcessPackage.Literals.GATEWAY)
                && !eClass.equals(ProcessPackage.Literals.MESSAGE_EVENT)
                && !eClass.equals(ProcessPackage.Literals.THROW_MESSAGE_EVENT)
                && !eClass.equals(ProcessPackage.Literals.LINK_EVENT)) {
            assertThat(labelProvider.getProcessPaletteText((EClass) eClass)).isNotNull();
            assertThat(labelProvider.getProcessPaletteDescription((EClass) eClass)).isNotNull();
        }
    }
}