Bidjic file to set

Description

Generates multiple output files from one input model, using a templateset.

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Bidjic task parameters


|Attribute  | Description           | Value               | Required      |
|-----------|-----------------------|---------------------|---------------|
|file       | inpput file           | <filename>.<bidji*> | yes           |
|todir      | output dir            | <dirname>           | yes           |
|overwrite  | overwrite output file | true by default     | no            |
|-----------|-----------------------|---------------------|---------------|
|Element    | Description           | Value               | Required      |
|-----------|-----------------------|---------------------|---------------|
|templateset| template set          |                     | yes           |
                

Example

Generates Php classes from from a Model driven architecture abstraction: the bidjim entity.

download file2set.tgz sample.

ant file : build.xml


<target name="php" description="generate php files">
    <bidjic file="MyPackage/MyModule/Foo.bidjim" todir="gen" overwrite="true">
        <templateset dir="templates">
            <include name="*.ftl"/>
        </templateset>
    </bidjic>
</target>
                    
Note
Output file names are processed from template names:
  • Model .php.ftl + MyPackage/MyModule/Foo.bidjim => Foo .php

  • Module .php.ftl + MyPackage/MyModule/Foo.bidjim => MyModule .php

template: iModel.php.ftl


[#assign entity = bidji.entity]
<?php
namespace ${Package}\${Module};

interface i${Model}
{
[#foreach property in entity.property]  
    public function get${property.@name?cap_first}();   
    public function set${property.@name?cap_first}($${property.@name});
[/#foreach]
}
                    

template: Model.php.ftl


[#assign entity = bidji.entity]
<?php
namespace ${Package}\${Module};

class ${Model} implements i${Model}
{
[#foreach property in entity.property]  
    private $${property.@name};  

    public function get${property.@name?cap_first}() {
        return $this->${property.@name};
    }
    
    public function set${property.@name?cap_first}($${property.@name}) {
        $this->${property.@name} = $${property.@name};
    }

[/#foreach]
}
                    

model: MyPackage/MyModule/Foo.bidjim


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<bidji>
<entity name="Foo">
<property name="id" type="int" />
<property name="name" type="string" />
</entity>
</bidji>
                    

result: iFoo.php


<?php
namespace MyPackage\MyModule;

interface iFoo
{
    public function getId();
    public function setId($id);
    public function getName();
    public function setName($name);
}
                    

result: Foo.php


<?php
namespace MyPackage\MyModule;

class Foo implements iFoo
{
    private $id;
    
    public function getId() {
        return $this->id;
    }
    
    public function setId($id) {
        $this->id = $id;
    }
    
    private $name;
    
    public function getName() {
        return $this->name;
    }
    
    public function setName($name) {
        $this->name = $name;
    }
    
}