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=== Sven Efftinge (itemis & TMF/Xtext Project Lead) ===
  
 
With Xtext you can easily create your own textual domain-specific languages (DSL). The framework supports the development of language infrastructures including compilers and interpreters, provides you with a fully-blown Eclipse-based IDE, and is tightly integrated with the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF).  
 
With Xtext you can easily create your own textual domain-specific languages (DSL). The framework supports the development of language infrastructures including compilers and interpreters, provides you with a fully-blown Eclipse-based IDE, and is tightly integrated with the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF).  
  
 
This presentation will give an introduction to Xtext for textual modeling.
 
This presentation will give an introduction to Xtext for textual modeling.

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Slides

Sven Efftinge (itemis & TMF/Xtext Project Lead)

With Xtext you can easily create your own textual domain-specific languages (DSL). The framework supports the development of language infrastructures including compilers and interpreters, provides you with a fully-blown Eclipse-based IDE, and is tightly integrated with the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF).

This presentation will give an introduction to Xtext for textual modeling.