Difference between revisions of "EDT:EGL Language"

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*This document was populated from design meetings. Meeting notes are at [[EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings]].  
 
*This document was populated from design meetings. Meeting notes are at [[EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings]].  
*"N/S" means Not Supported. We may choose to support it in the future.
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*"N/S" means Not Supported. We may support N/S features in the future.
 
*Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.<br>  
 
*Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.<br>  
 
*The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.<br>  
 
*The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.<br>  
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* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Primitive_Types]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Primitive_Types]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Primitive_Type_Conversions]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Primitive_Type_Conversions]]
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* [[EDT:EGL_Language_System_Types_and_Functions]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Statements]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Statements]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Literals]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Literals]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Operators_and_Expressions]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Operators_and_Expressions]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Stereotypes_and_Annotations]]
 
* [[EDT:EGL_Language_Stereotypes_and_Annotations]]

Revision as of 16:51, 19 July 2011

General Notes

  • This document was populated from design meetings. Meeting notes are at EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings.
  • "N/S" means Not Supported. We may support N/S features in the future.
  • Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.
  • The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.
  • The work in the JavaScript, Java, and Debug categories includes both the generator and runtime.
  • Text with an orange background shows differences in features supported by both EDT and RBD.
  • Developers: include a link to Bugzilla for features not done yet, and mark items "Done" when you're finished.

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