Xtext-Team

Holger Schill, Karsten Thoms, Christian Dietrich, Arne Deutsch and Sebastian Zarnekow are driving Xtext activities at itemis. They have many years of experience in language engineering and Open Source development and are actively contributing to the development of the Xtext framework. They gather their inspiration from customer projects which use Xtext in a large scale and variety, where they are actively involved in the development as well as offering professional support services.
Xtext-Team

Recent Posts

Xtext 2.14 released!

The Xtext team proudly announces the availability of the 2.14 release. While the previous releases have focused on performance and internal improvements this release comes with a bunch of new features that will ease your life and make your DSLs even more valuable. We encourage to update to this release. Xtext 2.14 will also be part of the upcoming Eclipse Photon release scheduled for June 27. Read more >

Announcement: Xtext 2.14 RC1 is now available

The Xtext team proudly announces the availability of the first release candidate for the upcoming 2.14 release.  Read more >

Eclipse Xtext 2.11 is released!

The Xtext team is happy to announce the release 2.11. The update is available on the release repository. Eclipse independent libraries are published to Maven Central. We encourage users to upgrade now and enjoy an even better experience with the Xtext framework. Read more >

Xtext 2.11 Release Plan Changed

The Eclipse Xtext project team has decided to change the schedule for the upcoming 2.11 release. The release was planned for October 18th, 2016 – right before EclipseCon Europe. However, instead of releasing the final version on that date, a beta version of Eclipse Xtext will be released. The new official release date has not been announced yet, but is expected until January 2017. Read more >

Integrating Xtext Language Server Support in Visual Studio Code

There is currently some buzz around Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code (VS Code) editor and its ability to support rich code editing for potentially any language through its Language Server Protocol (LSP). Thanks to the work from TypeFox, the upcoming version 2.11 (release date Oct 18th) of Xtext will provide LSP support which enables integration of Xtext DSLs in code editors that support the LSP. This article explains how Xtext supports the Language Server Protocol and its implementation in detail and how a VS Code extension can be built and installed that uses an Xtext Language Server. Read more >

Get started with Xtext and Eclipse in 5 Minutes

With this post I'll demo the creation of a new Xtext project in Eclipse. I'll show you how to compile and start editors tailored to your languages for testing. Xtext offers the creation of such language-specific editors for the Eclipse platform, the IntelliJ IDEA platform, as well as for web browsers. Read more >

Get started with Xtext and IntelliJ IDEA in 5 Minutes

With this post I'll show you how to create a new Xtext project in IntelliJ IDEA. I show you how to compile and start editors tailored to your languages for testing. Within IDEA Xtext offers the creation of such language-specific editors for the IntelliJ IDEA platform as well as in web browsers. Read more >

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