Guide to implement your DSL with RSyntaxtTextArea

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Re: Guide to implement your DSL with RSyntaxtTextArea

Post by Kyrremann » Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:38 pm

Nice to hear!
I'm also curios on how to add the code-folding for languages, as I haven't had time to look at it my self.

Re: Guide to implement your DSL with RSyntaxtTextArea

Post by robert » Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:01 am

Looks great Kyrremann! Somewhat along the same lines, I'm working on some basic but thorough documentation on how users can implement syntax highlighting or code folding for DSLs or other languages. No ETA on that, but hopefully it'll be soon. I shouldn't have to point people to these forums for scraps of information!

Guide to implement your DSL with RSyntaxtTextArea

Post by Kyrremann » Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:43 pm

I've have written a guide on how to implement your own DSL made in Eclipse MF with RSyntaxTextArea. This is the first draft, so there are no images or tables. This is part of master thesis, so I will populate it with images and rewrite a couple of time this semester, but thought I could share it with the community and see/hear/read what people think. It would also be very cool if someone would try to use this guide to implement a language.

For now I'll just link to my master blog over at tumblr, but I can post it here if people want that; http://thingmlosf.tumblr.com/post/41209 ... xttextarea

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