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How to generate synchronized code [message #1862967] Mon, 08 January 2024 23:33 Go to next message
Osée Tchappi is currently offline Osée TchappiFriend
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Registered: January 2024
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Dear all,

I am a student in advanced development currently working on a project related to Sarl. The project aims to automate the code generated by the Sarl compiler. In other words, given unsynchronized code provided by a developer, the compiler should be able to detect a need for synchronization and generate the corresponding synchronized code.

Thank you for any insights that can help me better understand the work and accomplish it.

Best regards,
Re: How to generate synchronized code [message #1862969 is a reply to message #1862967] Tue, 09 January 2024 07:08 Go to previous message
Christian Dietrich is currently offline Christian DietrichFriend
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hi, that you write is very unspecific.
i assume there is somewhere in your project (assuming it is Xtext based) a generator that produces the code. (Default interface is IGenerator2 - Stub Generated as <YourDSL>Generator.
what is done inside there is 100% implementation specific.
so i fear there is nothing to answer on such an general question

if the project is Xtext based you may to do the tutorial to get a rough overview


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