Legacy Issue Number: 13182
Source: Open Canarias, SL ( Adolfo Sanchez-Barbudo Herrera [X] (Inactive))
- QVTo Standard Library: Some operation's signatures seem to be erroneous. ** - the name in the signature of the operation allSubojectsOfType (22.214.171.124) has a typo. Rename correctly - the returned value in the signature of the operation raisedException (126.96.36.199) should better be Exception. - the asList (188.8.131.52) operation's signature is not correct for the types OrderedSet(T), Sequence(T), Bag(T). They shouldn't have any parameter. P.S: Why is this operation included in section 8.3.8 Operations List. I would recomend the creation of new sections for each collection type, instead. - OCLStdlib already defines toLower and toUpper operations. Since these operations may be considered as side-effects operations. I should clarify one of the possible situations: 1. toLower and toUpper are not intended to be side-effect operations. Remove them from the section. 2. toLower and toUpper are always intended to be side-effect operations, so that OCL Operations are discarded. This must be clarified. 3. both (side-effect and free side-effect) operations, are available in QVTtransformations. In this case I would change the name of QVTo std lib operations to distinguish. - In section (8.3.9) lastToUpper must be renamed as lastToLower. P.S: Why all the QVTo Std Lib operations have a subsection number, excepting String's operations?
Reported: QVT 1.0 — Fri, 19 Dec 2008 05:00 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — QVT 1.1
allSubojectsOfType see Issue 13989 resolution.
raisedException Yes. But the Status operations are misleadingly under Transformation. Add a
missing section heading.
asList(T) Yes, supersedes Issue 19146 resolution.
PS see Issue 19146 resolution.
toLower Yes. Make it clear that all String operations are immutable. Redirect OCL 2.4 synonyms to
OCL 2.4 deprecating the synonyms. We can also fix some bad typos, Boolean rather than
Integer/Real returns, references to the non-existent Float type and spurious matchXXX arguments.
lastToUpper this seems to be a major bloat. Either name or description could change. Since the
name exists with an obvious functionality, correct the description.
Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:58 GMT