We extend the Eclipse IDE with tools for development in Haskell, a functional programming language, providing support for a wide range of tools (compilers, interpreters, doc tools etc.) in a coherent, convenient and configurable environment.
a DSL for type systems, reduction rules, interpreters for Xtext langs
Xsemantics is a DSL (implemented in Xtext itself) for writing type systems, reduction rules, interpreters (and in general relation rules) for languages implemented in Xtext. It then generates Java code that can be used in your language implemented in Xtext for scoping and validation (it can also generate a validator in Java).
Performance and Productivity at Scale
X10 is a class-based, strongly-typed, garbage-collected, object-oriented language. To support concurrency and distribution, X10 uses the Asynchronous Partitioned Global Address Space programming model (APGAS). This model introduces two key concepts -- places and asynchronous tasks -- and a few mechanisms for coordination. With these, APGAS can express both regular and irregular parallelism, message-passing-style and active-message-style computations, fork-join and bulk-synchronous parallelism. Both its modern, type-safe sequential core and simple programming model for concurrency and distribution contribute to making X10 a high-productivity language in the HPC and Big Data spaces. User productivity is further enhanced by providing tools such as an Eclipse-based IDE (X10DT). Implementations of X10 are available for a wide variety of hardware and software platforms ranging from laptops, to commodity clusters, to supercomputers.
The Open Fortran Project (OFP) provides a Fortran 2008 compliant parser and associated tools. These tools provide a Java and C API for actions called when parser rules are completed. It also provides Fortran interfaces to the OpenCL runtime (new). IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Open Fortran Project has switched to using a parser based on SDF (Syntax Definition Formalism). Please consider using our new work at https://github.com/OpenFortranProject/ofp-sdf. While the SDF parser is not as advanced as the ANTLR-based parser, it provides much more capabilities, including a term rewriting system for creating a Fortran AST (Abstract Syntax Tree) using Stratego/XT (see http://strategoxt.org) and other custom program transformations. The OFP ANTLR-based parser is no longer under active development.
Jikes RVM is a flexible infrastructure for virtual machine research
Jikes RVM (Research Virtual Machine) provides a flexible open testbed to prototype virtual machine technologies and experiment with a large variety of design alternatives. Jikes RVM runs on many platforms and advances the state-of-the-art of virtual machine technologies for dynamic compilation, adaptive optimization, garbage collection, thread scheduling, and synchronization. It is self-hosted, i.e. its Java code runs on itself without requiring a second virtual machine. Most other virtual machines for the Java platform are written in native code (typically C or C++). A Java implementation provides ease of portability and a seamless integration of virtual machine and application resources such as objects, threads, and operating-system interfaces.
Implementation of Combinatory Reduction Systems (CRS) with experimental extensions, in Java. CRS is a formalism for higher-order rewriting invented by J.W.Klop in 1980. For further details see the Project/Web Site.
This project provides an Eclipse plugin that enables the RMI compilation for Java projects created in Eclipse JDT.
Argus is a highly integrated Eclipse plug-in. The purpose of this plug-in is to add additional Errors and Warnings to the Eclipse Framework, assisting Java programmers to create bug free, high quality code.
BeanClipse is a NetBeans plugin for Eclipse: NetBeans runs embedded within the Eclipse platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/netclipse
Dodo is a programming language. Dodo is object oriented. Dodo is concurrent. Dodo is developed for people interested in programming languages. Dodo is not developed for general programming at this stage. Long live dodo.
The goal of the project is to create specifications and provide reference parser in Java and C# for Extensible Term Language.
GELLO is an ANSI-accredited HL7 standard for creating computable, unambiguous clinical queries. This project creates an open source compiler and client-server IDE. Projects are stored in a subversion repository, and created by the RCP based client.
The project implement a framework of modular compilers that allows compile time programming for .NET, Java and other platforms. Languages on this framework are multi-paradigm and can be extended by programming new semantic structures or DSL.
NetClipse is an Eclipse plugin for NetBeans. Eclipse runs embedded within the NetBeans platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/beanclipse
OpenMP/Java is a Java port of the OpenMP programming model.
STDL (Structured test description language) is a domain-specific testing language that is used to auto-generate unit test code. It supports a myriad of output languages (incl. C#). The project's aim is that of reducing the resources required for testing
XTypeS is a DSL for writing type systems for languages implemented in Xtext.
Pure Trait-based Programming on the Java Platform
Xtraitj is a programming language for pure trait-based programming. It is completely compatible and interoperable with the JAVA platform without reducing the flexibility of traits. Xtraitj is integrated in Eclipse (editor with all the standard tooling) and JDT. It is implemented in Xtext, relying also on Xbase.
A tool to convert C++ definitions into XML
cpp2xml is a tool to convert C/C++ definitions into XML. The main goal is to use the XML as input to code generation tools, but any other usage may be imagined.