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Apart from the standard Eclipse configuration options like for instance the Manifest editor, you get 5 more configurations that you can make:

  • “Virtual Developer” configuration category in “Windows->Preferences”, where you can fine-tune the looks and the behavior of the Virtual Developer IDE
  • Ecilpse “Run Configurations” to set up so-called Generation Units, which are processes wherein your code generators are executed
  • the so-called “Genset Editor”, that has the purpose of setting up .genset files, wherein the structure of your code generator is defined
  • the “Project Configuration” view, where you can define so-called “Generation Projects” that let you assign models as input for code generators and run the code generation
  • the “Target File List” view, that shows all generated files in a list form, together with Virtual Developer generation framework related information