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INGRID : Creating Languages in MPS from ANTLR Grammars

@inproceedings{Vysok2018INGRIDC,
  title={INGRID : Creating Languages in MPS from ANTLR Grammars},
  author={P. Vysok{\'y} and P. Par{\'i}zek and Vaclav Pech},
  year={2018}
}
JetBrains MPS is a language workbench, an IDE that allows developers both to write code and create language definitions. It leverages the concept of projectional editing, where the developer directly manipulates the AST representation of program code. While MPS focuses on domain-specific languages (DSL), it needs to support also general-purpose programming languages (GPPLs) — for example, to compile and run programs written in some DSL. We present INGRID, a method for construction of a language… Expand

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