… Language workbenches are tools that provide high-level mechanisms for the implementation of (domain-specific) languages. Language workbenches are an active … and discuss existing language workbenches, the annual Language Workbench Challenge …SLE 2013: 197-217
… boilerplate code and low-level implementation details.
Language workbenches … such a definition. To count as a language workbench, a tool needs to satisfy basic … workbench.
In this tutorial, we give an introduction to the state of the art …OOPSLA 2010: 301-304
… increasingly better editor services.
Language workbenches intend to solve … workbenches aim to generate not only a compiler or interpreter for the DSL …. An overview of the components and requirements of a typical language workbench …SMP 2010:
… provide apparatus to reduce the diﬃculties with syntax. The language workbench …, is widely used. I explore the possibility of a language workbench capable … environment. I propose a language workbench design using several novel …January 2010.
… workbenches their underlying technologies. Language workbenches are tools that make … language workbench, and describe its techniques for high-level, portable language …PhD thesis, Delft University of Technology, 2011.
… Spoofax is a language workbench for efficient, agile development of textual domain-specific languages with state-of-the-art IDE support. It provides a comprehensive environment that integrates syntax definition, program transformation …OOPSLA 2010: 237-238
… of a workbench for an acquisition of domain knowledge from large text corpora. The workbench supports an incremental process of corpus analysis starting … and a semiautomatic refinement of obtained hypotheses. For doing this the workbench employs …eacl 1995: 194-201