Wie viele wissen, hat sich vor etwa einem Jahr etwas sehr entscheidendes im Eclipse Xtext Projekt verändert. Unsere Kollegen in Kiel haben sich entschlossen itemis zu verlassen und haben ein eigenes Unternehmen gegründet, TypeFox.

Damit basiert das Xtext Projekt nun mehr auf zwei großen Säulen und nicht mehr nur auf einer.

Um ehrlich zu sein sind wir bei itemis nicht gerade glücklich gewesen über diese Entwicklung. Und wie immer geht eine Trennung nicht ohne Reibereien ab.

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Eclipse Che 5 has support for the Microsoft Language Server Protocol and so has Eclipse Xtext in its new Version 2.11. So let's see how we can bring them both together.

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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.

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Holger Schill und Karsten Thoms sind Softwarearchitekten und entwickeln neue Programmiersprachen. Beide sind Committer im Eclipse Xtext-Projekt und suchen dringend gute Leute zur Verstärkung ihres Teams. Schau dir doch mal an, was die beiden in ihrem Video zu sagen haben. Vielleicht hast du ja Lust mit ihnen zusammenzuarbeiten.

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Xtext is a well known framework and highly represented at conferences like EclipseCon around the world. It is always fun getting together with people who build great software and talk about their experiences with the framework. In 2014 itemis decided to host a dedicated conference on Xtext – the XtextCon – to present more advanced talks on this special topic. We have come a long way since then...

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Developing and actually using a graphical user interface (GUI) are two sides of a coin. As a software developer, have you ever wondered how users of your application are getting along with the GUI you created for them?

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On November 18th the Eclipse Xtext project added a new source repository eclipse/xtext-umbrella. This article describes the reasons for this additional repository and what is developed in there. 

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Question: Concerning a bacon-and-egg breakfast, what's the difference between the role of the chicken and that of the pig?
Answer: The chicken is involved, but the pig is committed!

So what does that have to do with my work on Xtext?

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Vom 25. - 27. Oktober fand die EclipseCon Europe 2016 in Ludwigsburg statt – und itemis war natürlich wieder mit dabei.

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When it comes to picking a tool for building Xtext projects many users still prefer Maven Tycho. With the rise of Gradle as the primary build tool for many companies the game is gradually changing and developers exposed to Gradle hardly want to turn back to Maven (a full comparision between Gradle and Maven can be found here). However, developers who are not familiar with it have reservations to learn Gradle as it feels a bit fuzzy at first.

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