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Xtext 2017-09-26T07:50:42+00:00

Your direct connection to the Xtext committer team.

Eclipse Xtext is a world’s leading open-source project for designing and implementing domain-specific languages (DSL) and even full-blown programming languages. As the original creators, the TypeFox team has unpaired expertise in implementing programming languages, type systems, interpreters and code generators based on Xtext.

No matter if you need fast and solid language support (incl. LSP) for an existing language or whether you are designing a language for your domain, TypeFox will help you avoid common pitfalls. Xtext provides endless flexibility and options. We will make sure that your goals don’t get lost by that.

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Recent Blog Posts About Xtext

Xtext 2.13.0 Released: Semantic Editing Made Easy

October 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Today we are excited to release Xtext 2.13.0 and I would like to give you an opinionated tour through some of the new features. There is one area where particularly much happened: Refactoring support and [...]

Extending a Language Server With Sprotty Diagrams

October 11th, 2017|3 Comments

In my last post, I described how we connected an Xtext-based language server for the YANG language into various editor clients. Today, I will show how we added graphical diagrams using the sprotty framework. [...]

YANG-Tools: One Language Server for Four IDEs

October 7th, 2017|1 Comment

There is a lot of hype around the Language Server Protocol: It allows language implementors to encapsulate the editor support for their language in a server that can talk to various clients through a [...]