Em 30/03/2014, às 17:14, Antonio Goncalves
In the README there is :
@Inject private TemplateProcessorFactory factory
But is there a way to use the templating from a Main class ? If I use Forge, I have
Furnace as a container, and I was trying something like this, but it doesn't work :
Furnace furnace = startFurnace();
Imported<TemplateProcessorFactory> imported =
TemplateProcessorFactory factory = imported.get();
Any simple Hello World from a Main class and a pom.xml ?
2014-03-29 19:03 GMT+01:00 George Gastaldi <ggastald(a)redhat.com>:
> Hi Antonio,
> Roaster currently only maintains a class structure (add/remove fields, methods,
interfaces,etc), not code (method bodies) at the moment.
> There is a JIRA to allow that though.
> See the templates addon README to learn how to generate content from a template.
> Best Regards,
> George Gastaldi
>> Em 29/03/2014, às 14:43, Antonio Goncalves <antonio.mailing(a)gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> I'm starting to get a bit more confident with Roaster... and now I would like
to add templating. If I'm right, Roaster is nice to add bits and pieces of Java here
and there, but it's better to use Templates when there is a lot of code, and mix
templating and Roaster for better code customization.
>> Is there a sample I could use to write a Hello Word ? A template with an
"engine" that uses Roaster to add Java code to the template.
>> Antonio Goncalves
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