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Revision as of 10:34, 12 July 2012

This page covers the work being done to make the compiler more extensible. Validation, for example, will be made extensible. A new model will be created so that bound AST will use IRs instead of bindings. The old binding model will still exist so that tooling written against it does not need to be rewritten. New tooling will be encouraged to use the new IR-based model.


Where to get the code

CVS repository: :extssh:<user>@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/tools

Projects:
org.eclipse.edt.compiler
org.eclipse.edt.mof
org.eclipse.edt.mof.egl

Branch:
edtExtensibleCore


How to run the code

TBD


Validation Design

TBD


Serialization Design

TBD