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[Xtend] [message #810711] Thu, 01 March 2012 13:10 Go to next message
terry tonery is currently offline terry toneryFriend
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Hi,

I experienced Xtext and Xpand and now I want to integrate Xtend with these tools. I wonder where can I start?

I searched some documents but almost all docs are about old versions and I could not find any document that I can integrate Xtext, Xpand and Xtend. Do you have any recomendation?

Finally, I could not understand the main differencied between XPAND and XTEND. Is it logical to use both tools for developing a Domain Specific Language?

Thanks,
Re: [Xtend] [message #810762 is a reply to message #810711] Thu, 01 March 2012 14:20 Go to previous message
Sven Efftinge is currently offline Sven EfftingeFriend
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Hi Terry,

documentation about Xtend can be found on the website http://xtend-lang.org
It integrates on the Java level, that is instead of implementing stuff
in Java you can always choose Xtend, which provides much more concise
and readable syntax and a couple of unique features.

Xtend usually completely eleminates the need for Xpand, so you won't
need to use both at the same time.

Regards,
Sven

Am 3/1/12 2:10 PM, schrieb terry tonery:
> Hi,
>
> I experienced Xtext and Xpand and now I want to integrate Xtend with
> these tools. I wonder where can I start?
> I searched some documents but almost all docs are about old versions and
> I could not find any document that I can integrate Xtext, Xpand and
> Xtend. Do you have any recomendation?
>
> Finally, I could not understand the main differencied between XPAND and
> XTEND. Is it logical to use both tools for developing a Domain Specific
> Language?
>
> Thanks,


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