Collaborative Design, Implementation and Use of Domain-Specific Languages
Language engineering is not a one man show – yet tools tend to expect so by splitting the work into separate formats, tools and roles. We discuss how tooling can make language engineering and language use a collaborative process leading to better quality languages, improved acceptance and enable continuous language refinements. Many of these collaborative features for language engineering are implemented into MetaEdit+. We describe these collaborative capabilities in chronological order starting from the initial language design leaving the most important – maintenance - the last.
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Juha-Pekka TolvanenMetaCase, Finland
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Bruce TraskMDE Systems Inc.