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Should I be using the "middleend"? [message #496906] Wed, 11 November 2009 16:59
Henrik Lindberg is currently offline Henrik LindbergFriend
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Hi,
I have read about the M2T middle/backend
http://wiki.eclipse.org/M2TBackend and this looks very interesting for
what I want to do in b3.

Don't know how to proceed with my interest though :)

I have an (Xtext produced) AST for the language, and would now like to
transform it into the middle layer. From there I want to be able to run
the code (without an intermediate generation/compile step - so that
would involve writing a backend that generate java byte codes on the fly
(or something).

For now, I would just like to understand how I can make use of the M2T
middle layer - or if I should use a different approach...

For starters, should I get the source or is the middle end available for
install somewhere?

- henrik
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