Re: [asciidoc-wg] AsciiDoc implementation for the Java/JVM ecosystem / project proposal
I have experience in writing Eclipse based editors and tools using ANTLR grammars and found it very helpful being able to separate the parser and document model/generator in this way.
Please add Eclipse Mylyn Docs and myself to the list of interested parties.
Torkild Ulvøy Resheim
> 10. jun. 2020 kl. 17:08 skrev Alexander Schwartz <alexander.schwartz@xxxxxxx>:
> Hi AsciiDoc enthusiasts,
> the AsciiDoc WG is an exciting effort to standardize the language and to
> allow the ecosystem to grow on the basis of a common specification.
> After talking to Dan Allen I volunteered to write a project proposal for
> an AsciiDoc implementation for the Java/JVM ecosystem. As a maintainer
> of the AsciiDoc plugin for IntelliJ I have experience in parsing
> AsciiDoc and using AsciidoctorJ, but I also know he areas where parsing
> and good tool support is difficult today.
> What use cases do you see for an AsciiDoc JVM implementation? What
> contributions do you want to make or see necessary?
> Please collaborate with me on this draft:
> To edit the document request access or discuss it on this mailing list.
> Don't forget to add you and your company to the "Interested Parties"
> For those who want to have a synchronous communication, please join me
> on a Jitsi video conference call next week:
> When: June 16th, 17:00 UTC - Convert to your time zone:
> Where: https://meet.jit.si/AsciiDocImplementationForTheJvmJune16
> Please get in contact before the call with all the questions you might have.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Schwartz (alexander.schwartz@xxxxxxx)
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