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A Visual Studio Code extension that allows graph based visualization of a code/model written in a DSL created using textX meta-language.
IMPORTANT: For 0.1 to 0.2 version migration (needed to be cross-platform functional):
Reinstall the extension and follow the installation steps (or run the setup script) again
or Update the extension and run only the step for creating the python symlink manually -
3) b) last step
This extension contains 3 main parts:
VS Code extension
(Typescript) Interpreter of viewX model and custom DSL concrete model, generators of model preview and viewX project template structure
(Python) Preview of model graph and socket server for interaction between extension and graph, each using
Install Python 3.x version by following the
instructions Make sure that
and python has been added to the pip environment variable by running the following commands: HOME
pip install virtualenv
IMPORTANT: It is possible that you will have both Python 2.x and 3.x versions already installed on UNIX system. It is OK to install virtualenv using
pip (for Python 2.x) or just installing the package directly and making sure that
virtualenv is added to the PATH. Just make sure that you have
python3 script added to the PATH and the script will create virtual environment for the Python 3.x version with pip and other tools automatically.
2) Install viewX extension:
Install viewX extension from the
VS Code Extension Marketplace or by searching for extension from VS Code editor viewX Restart Visual Studio Code editor
3) Setup viewX python virtual environment:
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