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Interview with Fabien Campagne about DSLs, bioinformatics and his new MPS book

Fabien Campagne, a researcher in the field of bioinformatics, a long-term DSL practitioner, an experienced MPS user and also an author of a new MPS book, sat down with Václav Pech and discussed these interesting topics. Q: Hello Fabien, it is my … Continue reading

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Getting close to MPS 3.1 – the EAP has started

The short story is that you can now put your hands on MPS 3.1. The Early Access Program has just been started. If you visit the EAP download page and grab MPS 3.1, you’ll be able to enjoy the new … Continue reading

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Physical Units Language

The short story is: MPS can do physical units. Some of our fans face the challenge of designing languages that will be used in technical fields and thus should support physical units. As a proof that the MPS projectional editor … Continue reading

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Parentheses projectional editing

Projectional editors have always fallen behind plain text ones when it came to manipulating parentheses in expressions. Adding a single parenthesis would turn the AST invalid and thus you had to add both parentheses at the same time through actions … Continue reading

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A new book on JetBrain MPS is out

We are glad to let you know about a new book dedicated to MPS: The MPS Language Workbench, Volume I. The first volume of the series is both a simple introduction to MPS and a thorough reference manual. Written by … Continue reading

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JetBrains MPS build language documentation

MPS back in version 2.5 considerably improved the way projects could be built. A new build language has been created, languages can be distributed as MPS or IntelliJ IDEA plugins and you can also create standalone IDEs around your own … Continue reading

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A free MPS workshop at SkillsMatter in September

Those, who would like to put their hands on MPS and make their first steps in language design under supervision of the MPS team members, have now an opportunity to join a free workshop organized by SkillsMatter in London on … Continue reading

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JetBrains MPS at Code Generation 2013

Are you coming to Code Generation 2013? The JetBrains MPS and YouTrack teams are sending a four member crew this year. We’ll present MPS 3.0, teach the basics of projectional editing and practice language extension during the MPS hands-on session … Continue reading

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Fast Track to JetBrains MPS

Most of the readers of this blog can ride MPS already. Newcomers, however, need guidance and help to overcome the initial barrier so that they could start using the tool and benefit from it. We’re constantly trying to come up … Continue reading

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A book on DSL Engineering (and JetBrains MPS)

Here’s a tip – Markus Voelter (http://www.voelter.de/) has just published his new book, which is highly relevant to our field: DSL Engineering Designing, Implementing and Using Domain Specific Languages The book provides a thorough read on the subject, introducing the … Continue reading

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