[gme-users] java interface
BrianW at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Fri Nov 17 10:21:19 CST 2006
In your code snippet in your help.pdf, your JBuilderModel ob is still
null when you try to invoke the createNewAtom method. You should set ob
to refer to a valid GME Model before you can try to create your atom in
Java. You can use the parameters in invokeEx to get a Model. The builder
parameter has a method getProject where you can navigate from the root.
The focus parameter is your open Model when you run your intepreter, if
it's not null, you can cast that to a JBuilderModel. The selected
parameter will be any objects you have selected in GME when you run your
interpreter, you can look in there for a Model.
Hope this helps,
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