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Research work presented at MoDELS Doctoral Symposium (2014) focused on providing tools complementary to Xtext in order to reduce the amount of hand-written artifacts required to give support to General Purpose Languages.
The research is focused on providing high level of abstraction languages to complement Xtext grammars, so that the current amount of hand written source code required to give support to General Purpose Languages is automatically generated from those higher level of abstraction languages. In particular, the aforementioned languages will capture information mostly related to:
a) Name Resolution
b) Syntax rewrites
This research is contextualized on the OCL and QVT specifications. One of the goals is to provide Xtext-based high quality parsers and editors for the Eclipse OCL and Eclipse QVTo projects.