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The latest news is that the IMP CQ process has started and the sources for IMP are prepped for import into Eclipse.org version management.
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The latest news is that:
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* The IMP source code has been imported to SVN at eclipse.org and is now in the parallel IP review process
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* Current development and bugfixes are done on the SVN trunk at eclipse.org
  
 
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Revision as of 09:30, 27 March 2008

The IDE Meta-tooling Platform, IMP for short, is currently in the incubation stage.

For the purpose of IMP, we define three classes of people:

  • A User is a programmer that uses an IDE produced using IMP
  • An IDE developer is a programmer that constructs an IDE using IMP
  • An IMP developer is a programmer that helps in the development of IMP

Users generally are not exposed to IMP; IMP is an implementation detail of programming language specific IDE support.

IDE developer resources

The latest news is that:

  • The IMP source code has been imported to SVN at eclipse.org and is now in the parallel IP review process
  • Current development and bugfixes are done on the SVN trunk at eclipse.org
Bookmarks Description
http://www.eclipse.org/imp/ IMP project page
http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs Eclipse Bugzilla

IMP Developer Resources

Bookmarks Description
http://www.eclipse.org/projects/project_summary.php?projectid=technology.imp IMP eclipse project summary
https://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/ Eclipse Ipzilla
http://orquesta.watson.ibm.com/bugzilla Old IBM bugzilla (to be phased out soon)
http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.imp/ Subversion
http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/download.shtml XML editor used for DocBook authoring

Links to other relevant projects

http://sourceforge.net/projects/lpg/ LPG: parser generator
http://www.syntax-definition.org SDF: parser generator
http://www.meta-environment.org ASF+SDF source analysis and source-to-source transformation tools
http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Projects/polyglot/ Polyglot: A compiler front end framework for building Java language extensions
http://wala.sourceforge.net Wala: Extensible and scalable static analysis framework
http://jastadd.org/ JAstAdd: An extensible compiler framework for Java-derived languages