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  • unzip the file to the eclipse plugin folder
  • choose Menu Window > Open Perspective > Other and open the perspective Quigen Perspective

Howto to use Quigen?

  1. Create a velocity template (*.vm). The corresponding velocity context is automatically created.
  2. Drop your input-files into the context of your template. They occure in the Additional Variables(Image below)

  3. Currently supported Document Models:
    • XML Files
    • Java property files
    • Java-Files -> from your Workspace
    • Simple Textfiles

    Additional Context Variables

  4. Edit your template in Quigen-Editor

  5. Generate the output (Editor's ContextMenu)

  6. Generate in Menu

Quigen Context

Additional Variables:

All files which are dragged into the context occur with their variable representation.

Internal Variables:

Several Helpers come with the initial Velocity-Context.

JavaClass ContextVarName Short Description
FileUtil Files File-Helper
IteratorUtil Iterator Iterator-Support
JavaUtil Java Java Codegeneration Support
ListUtil Lists List-Helper
LogUtil Log Logging
MathUtil Math Math-Helper
NumberUtil Number Number-Handling
RenderUtil Render Renderer from VelocityTools
RegexUtil Regex Regular expressions
StringUtil Strings String support
DateUtil Dates Dateformating
VelocityUtil Velocity VelocityEngine access
XMLUtil XML XML read/write
XPathUtil XPath XML XPath Support
JavaUtil Java Code Generation Support for Java
JXPathUtil JXPath XPath for JavaObjectModels and Maps
EclipseUtil Ecl Access to the Eclipse API

Temporary Variables:

Shows the variables which are written during the execution of the template bound to the current selected context. This feature enables simple template debugging.
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