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Xtext grammar for Java? [message #1071641] Sat, 20 July 2013 18:56 Go to next message
tomer Mising name is currently offline tomer Mising nameFriend
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I wish to extend Java with some new features. Is there an existing standard-compliant implementation of Java in Xtext that I can use? I know of JaMoPP, but they're EMFText-based so I was wondering if there's such an implementation for Xtext.

Many thanks,
-Tomer
Re: Xtext grammar for Java? [message #1071826 is a reply to message #1071641] Sun, 21 July 2013 08:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Tomer,

No, I don't think there is an Xtext grammar for Java. With Xtext it
would be better to take the kind of approach taken by Xtend, i.e.,
define a new language that looks must like Java, but has a syntax (that
reuses Xbase) over which you have complete control.


On 21/07/2013 4:25 AM, tomer Mising name wrote:
> I wish to extend Java with some new features. Is there an existing
> standard-compliant implementation of Java in Xtext that I can use? I
> know of JaMoPP, but they're EMFText-based so I was wondering if
> there's such an implementation for Xtext.
>
> Many thanks,
> -Tomer
Re: Xtext grammar for Java? [message #1071867 is a reply to message #1071826] Sun, 21 July 2013 12:02 Go to previous message
tomer Mising name is currently offline tomer Mising nameFriend
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I see. Thanks for the pointers!
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