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With Xtext you can easily create your own programming languages and domain-specific languages (DSLs). The framework supports the development of language infrastructures including compilers and interpreters as well as full blown Eclipse-based IDE integration. While Xtext equips you with a set of sensible defaults, you can tweak every single aspect of your language with Xtext's powerful APIs. A comprehensive documentation as well as the vivid community will help you getting started in no time. And if that is not enough you can buy trainings, consulting or support contracts delivered directly by the committers. The Xtext project is developed professionally, that is the core developers work full-time on it. Besides the comprehensive documentation, Xtext ships with several easy-to-consume examples demonstrating various aspects and customization points of the framework. Whenever you have a question, you'll get an answer in the forum which is driven by the ever growing community around Xtext. Furthermore, we offer professional support, build prototypes, review your language or will assist you with the implementation.
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Submitted by Max Weißböck on Thu, 2020-07-23 10:08
If you need to build your own language, there is nothing that comes close to Xtext. Regardless if you need to produce multiple different provisioning data sets from one source, or you need a real programming language, or a process description that produces real executable code, Xtext will do the Job.
Submitted by Marc Oldenhof on Thu, 2019-01-10 03:58
If I drag the install button on my running, freshly installed latest 64-bit linux version of Eclipse, the Marketplace dialog does pop up, but it does not select the XText solution. I cannot even find it using the dialog's Search function.
Submitted by Christian Dietrich on Fri, 2019-01-11 02:07
Can you please retry?
Submitted by Karsten Thoms on Thu, 2019-01-10 10:13
Confirmed, thanks for reporting. Opened https://github.com/eclipse/xtext/issues/1376 for tracking the issue.
So far please install Xtext from the update site http://download.eclipse.org/modeling/tmf/xtext/updates/composite/releases/ or through Eclipse's release train repository.