JTS: tools for implementing domain-specific languages

@inproceedings{Batory1998JTSTF,
  title={JTS: tools for implementing domain-specific languages},
  author={Don S. Batory and Bernie J. Lofaso and Yannis Smaragdakis},
  booktitle={ICSR},
  year={1998}
}
The Jakarta Tool Suite (JTS) aims to reduce substantially the cost of generator development by providing domainindependent tools for creating domain-specific languages and component-based generators called GenVoca generators. JTS is a set of precompiler-compiler tools for extending industrial programming languages (e.g., Java) with domain-specific constructs. JTS is itself a GenVoca generator, where precompilers for JTS-extended languages are constructed from components. 
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