MPS 1.0 is now available
Jetbrains have just released MPS 1.0
. You can get it from here
, and there's also a lot of docs and videos
From my perspective, tools like Xtext
, Intentional's Domain Workbench
and - of course - MPS
have the potential for a revolution in programming. Being able to define your own languages, including IDE support, or extending existing languages, also with IDE support, is really a powerful concept. If think about it, this really blurs the line between modeling and programming - very very nice.
Try out those tools! And even if you judge them as not ready for primetime yet, think ahead one or two more years, or even three, and imagine what they'll be able to do.
And thanks for making it Open Source ;-)
Graphviz Integration Ported to Eclipse 3.5/TMF
I have ported the oAW visualization tooling for Graphviz to TMF Xtext and Eclipse 3.5. You can get the distribution and the docs from the Google code download page.
First MPS-Based Open Source Activities
Some people want to add C# to MPS
I'd like to see C in MPS, too. Anybody interested?
MPS 1.0 Release Candidate
... has been released today. Go here
to get it.