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Towards Common Language Toolkit. Institute for System Programming of RAS, www.ispras.ru UniTESK Lab, www.unitesk.com Sergey Gomanyuk, [email protected] Goal. Eclipse IDE development under condition of effort minimization. Toolkit wanted !. Reuse of existing architecture

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Towards common language toolkit

Towards Common Language Toolkit

Institute for System Programming of RAS, www.ispras.ru

UniTESK Lab, www.unitesk.com

Sergey Gomanyuk, [email protected]


Towards common language toolkit

Goal

Eclipse IDE development under condition of effort minimization


Jdt architecture cloning

Toolkit wanted !

Reuse of existing architecture

Fast prototype development

Still huge amount of work

Effort of support and development is big enough

JDT Architecture Cloning

Java Development

Tools (JDT)

Clone

C/C++ Development

Tools (CDT)


Toolkit architecture decomposition

Toolkit architecture decomposition

Toolkit

Front-end

Code model:

access,

scalability,

search

IDE Features


Dynamic language toolkit dltk

Dynamic Language Toolkit (DLTK)

  • Built-in code model with fixed structure

    • Reuse of existing front-end capability

    • Programming language structure can be incompatible with built-in model structure

  • Built-in code model interaction support

  • IDE Features implementation based on built-in code model

Toolkit

Front-end

Code model:

access,

scalability,

search

IDE Features


Imp also known as safari

IMP (also known asSAFARI)

  • LPG parser generator

    • No restrictions on programming language structure

    • Existing front-end functionality duplication

  • Lack of code model scalability and search support

  • Language neutral IDE features implementation

    • LPG interfacesdependency (is going to be removed)

Toolkit

Front-end

Code model:

access,

scalability,

search

IDE Features


Problems to solve

Problems to solve

  • DLTK – code model with fixed structure

  • IMP – lack of code model interaction support and present-time dependency on the specific parser generator


Technique proposed

Technique Proposed

  • XML DOM projection of front-end code model

    • No restrictions on code model structure

    • Reuse of existing front-end written in Java or other programming language

  • XML DOM is persisted in XML DB

    • Scalability

    • XQuery search

  • XML DOMandpredefined attributes - input for language neutral implementation of IDE features

Toolkit

Front-end

Code model:

access,

scalability,

search

IDE Features


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!


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