Jenerator – Generative Programming for Java

@inproceedings{Vlter2001JeneratorG,
  title={Jenerator – Generative Programming for Java},
  author={Markus V{\"o}lter and Andreas G{\"a}rtner},
  year={2001}
}
Generative Programming aims at creating software components, which, after suitable configuration, generate systems or other components. This allows to build families of products (or product lines) out of which several concrete systems can be created. Compared to frameworks, this has the advantage that the configuration takes place before runtime, enhancing runtime performance. This paper introduces a tool called Jenerator, an extensible code generator for Java. By using its extension mechanisms… CONTINUE READING
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