Kolja Dummann

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Extensible languages allow incremental extensions of a host language with domain specific abstractions. Debuggers for such languages must be extensible as well to support debugging of different language extensions at their corresponding abstraction level. As such languages evolve over time, it is essential to constantly verify their debugging behavior. For(More)
Domain specific languages (DSLs) bring substantial increase in productivity and quality and thus look very appealing to software engineering practitioners. Because language workbenches can drastically reduce the cost of building and maintaining DSLs and associated tooling, they catch the attention of technical leads and project managers in the industry.(More)
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