This blog post shows complex DOT graphs to show some potential use case scenarios to add GEF DOT-based visualization support to the Eclipse IDE.
What makes a clean test? Readability! Let Tamas show you how to make test cases readable thanks to Xtend.
In the Xtend programming language, visibility modifiers are unnecessary when they match the defaults. The latest Xtend 2.14 adds validation rules to detect these and issues corresponding warnings.
The Xtext Grammar is the central component when developing DSL workbenches with Xtext. This post shows you how to visualize those grammars with Eclipse GEF.
The GEF DOT Editor provides useful functionalities that come in handy when working with Graphviz *.dot files. Which ones explaines our blog.
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