Extensible language implementation with object algebras (short paper)
Presented at the International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts and Experiences
Object Algebras are a recently introduced design pattern to make the implementation of recursive data types more extensible. In this short paper we report our experience in using Object Algebras in building a realistic domain-specific language (DSL) for questionnaires, called QL. This experience has lead to a simple, yet powerful set of tools for the practical and flexible implementation of highly extensible languages.
|Domain Specific Languages: A Big Future for Small Programs|
|International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts and Experiences|
|Organisation||Software Analysis and Transformation|
Gouseti, M, Peters, C, & van der Storm, T. (2014). Extensible language implementation with object algebras (short paper). doi:10.1145/2658761.265876