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Since 3.2, Acceleo offers a full-featured live request interpreter. We will focus here on detailling all of this view's possibilities.


First things first, what are all of these menus and fields for?

Acceleo Interpreter Breakdown.png

  1. . The title of the interpreter features a drop-down menu that allows the user to select the language of his expressions. By default, Acceleo provides the interpreter for himself, but any third-party plugin can come and add himself to that list. More on the extension in the Extensibility section.
  2. . The expression section allows users to enter and edit expressions for the selected language. It can be fully customized by language providers and can thus become as powerful as a full-fledged editor for that language. Completion proposals and syntax highlighting are available by default for the Acceleo interpreter.
  3. . This section displays the result of evaluations in the form of a tree. Thus, if the result of the evaluation is a Collection of Object, each of the collection's values will be displayed as one row of the result tree.


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