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Xtext Parse Rules With Guards

Guards may help you to make your Xtext grammar more readable. They allow you to enable or disable alternatives without having to copy rules. Read More ...

Migrating a 32-bit Eclipse RCP to 64-bit

This post shows how I migrated a legacy 32-bit Eclipse RCP to 64-bit. Read More ...

Parsing Generic Csv With Beanio

This post provides a small example illustrating how to process csv files using BeanIO — files containing (some) columns whose name is not known in advance. Read More ...

Implementing Custom Xtext Searches

If you have worked with Xtext, you will know its "Find References" search. All elements pointing to a given target are shown in a search view. In this post, I want to show how you can reuse much of the Xtext infrastructure in order to present your own search results. Read More ...

User Choices In Oomph

This post describes a possibility for implementing user choices in Oomph project setups. Read More ...