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 CQ process has started and the sources for IMP are prepped for import into Eclipse.org version management.
|http://www.eclipse.org/imp/||IMP project page|
IMP Developer Resources
|http://www.eclipse.org/projects/project_summary.php?projectid=technology.imp||IMP eclipse project summary|
|http://orquesta.watson.ibm.com/bugzilla||Old IBM bugzilla (to be phased out soon)|
|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|