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|APPlause||Open source tool chain to produce native apps for different devices such as Android, iPhone and iPad.||EPL||Language, Framework||1.x||Heiko Behrens, Peter Friese, et al|
|alloy4eclipse||Specification and analysis of models in the Alloy4 language on the Eclipse platform.||LGPL||Language||?||Mohamed Bouragba, Mohamed Said, Maxime Kapusta and Yoann Vasseur|
|ARText (part of Artop)||ARText, a textual language for the specification of AUTOSAR systems. See the very cool screencasts.||closed source||Language||1.x||Sebastian Benz, Dana Wong|
|Axdt||ActionScript3 development tools. It uses Mirror resources to integrate declarations parsed from html and xml ActionScript Docs similar to the Xtext Java integration.||EPL||Language||1.x||Martin Schnabel|
|BusinessAppTester||Allows you to reuse JUnit test classes by seperating the data from the unit implementation class. Uses Xtext to define test class specific domain models.||EPL||Testing, Framework||1.x||Florian Pirchner, Ekkehard Gentz|
|Canappi||Canappi is a Development Hub, focusing on Mobile Application Development, that integrates tools, mobile platforms, libraries and back-end services. It is based on mdsl, a very compact mobile domain specific language. Platform specific code generation happens in on the ClougGen.org platform.||Commercial||Language||2.x||Jean-Jacques Dubray|
|dom3editor||This is a tool to help edit Dominions 3 mod files. It includes context coloring, code completion, error checking and integrated help. You can edit using the text editor or the form based entry view.||GPL||Language||2.x||Larry Moore|
|DOT for Zest||A Graphviz-compatible DSL for the Eclipse Visualization Toolkit||EPL||Language, Framework||1.x||Fabian Steeg, Michael Clay|
|dslmeinte's example DSLs||Various DSLs for technical domains (data modeling, dynamic screens, XSDs, WSDLs)||MIT license||examples||2.0.x||Meinte Boersma|
|EMF Customizer||EMF Customizer is a model (Ecore based) customization/styling/refining CSS like textual DSL (Domain Specific Language) targeting MDSD tool chains end users.||EPL||Language||1.x||Cedric Vidal|
|EMF Scaffolding||Implementation of the principle of dynamic inplace scaffolding with EMF presented in July 2009 at Eclipse Acceleo Day.||EPL||Language, Framework||1.x||Cedric Vidal and Jerome Benois|
|Eclipse b3||new generation of Eclipse technology to simplify software build and assembly.||EPL||Language||1.x||Henrik Lindberg|
|Elysium||LilyPond IDE for Eclipse||EPL||Language||2.x||Denes Harmath|
|eTrice||eTrice is a Modeling Tool for distributed eventdriven realtime systems based on Realtime Object Oriented Modeling (ROOM), not UML. Textual and graphical ROOM editors editors and codegenerators and runtime libraries for Java, C++ and C will be provided.||EPL||Language, Framework||1.x||Henrik Rentz-Reichert, Thomas Schuetz|
|Fornax Sculptor||You express your design intent in a textual DSL, from which Sculptor generates high quality Java code and configuration.||Apache 2 License||Language, Framework||0.7.x, 1.x||Patrik Nordwall and others|
|fj-eclipse||an Eclipse-based IDE for Featherweight Java, implemented using Xtext.||GPL||Language||1.x||Lorenzo Bettini|
|Geppetto||Integrated development environment for the Puppet System Admin tools. (The PP manifest language is Ruby like).||EPL, Apache||Language||2.x||Henrik Lindberg, Cloudsmith Inc.|
|Joliepse IDE||Joliepse is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the JOLIE programming language, the first full-fledged programming language based upon the service-oriented programming paradigm and support classes.||GPL||Language||1.x||Diego Castronuovo (castronu at gmail dot com)|
|KIELER||an evaluation platform for new methods in model-based software design (automatic layout, graphic/ textual dynamic views, focus and context, simulation, codegen,...)||EPL||Language||2.x||Rtsys group, Dep. of Computer Science, Uni Kiel|
|LLVM IR SDK||A rich LLVM IR editor plugin for Eclipse.||BSD||Language||2.3.x||Alon Mishne|
|LLVM4e||Xtext based Eclipse editor for LLVM (Low Level Virtual Machine) Assembly Language *.ll files||EPL||Language||1.x||Cedric Vidal|
|MADS||MADS (Multipurpose Agricultural Data System) is a free open-source tool for modelling and analysis of agricultural activities - crops, livestock, forestry and others - in developing countries, at sector, regional or project level. .||EPL, GPL||RCP application||2.0.1||Michel Simeon|
|mod4j||open source DSL-based environment for developing administrative enterprise applications||EPL||Language, Framework||1.x||Jos Warmer|
|NanoWorkbench||A Domain-specific Workbench (DSM) for the development of optical nanostructures. Especially used for the description of simulations and experiments.||GPL||language, documentation||1.x||Siamak Haschemi (email@example.com), Martin Schmidt (firstname.lastname@example.org), Arif Wider (email@example.com)|
|nusmv-tools||The nusmv-tools project provides a set of tools for the model checker NuSMV. Xtext is used to create an Eclipse editor for the NuSMV input language. The editor is further enhanced by static analysis checks (shown as Eclipse error markers) performed by an OSGi-fied version of NuSMV itself. Watch the screencast.||EPL||Language||1.x||Siamak Haschemi|
|OCL||Editors for OCL expressions, documents, libraries. Standalone or embedded in Ecore.||EPL||Language||2.x||Ed Willink|
|Poseidon for DSLs||Framework for creating graphical tools for DSLs, based on internal Xtext models. Poseidon for UML 8.0 as a sample DSL platform||commercial||Framework||1.x||Gentleware AG|
|protobuf4e||Editor for Google's Protocol Buffers data interchange file format.||EPL||Language||1.x||Cedric Vidal|
|QVTc and QVTr||Editors for QVT Core and Relational languages.||EPL||Language||2.4.x||Ed Willink|
|RELAX NG for Eclipse||Provides support for editing RELAX NG documents in the Eclipse IDE. Integrates with standard WST XML editor to provide content completion and validation of edited XML file based on it's RELAX NG schema.||EPL||Language||0.7.x||Dave Carver|
|SWRTJ: Sugared Welterweight Record-Trait Java||a Java-like language where units of objects' functionality are modeled by traits and by records (a construct that complements traits to model the state part of objects).||GPL||Language||1.x||Fabio Strocco, Lorenzo Bettini|
|Semantic Application Design Language (SADL) Version 2||The Semantic Application Design Language (SADL) is a language for building semantic models and expressing rules that capture additional domain knowledge. The SADL-IDE (integrated development environment) is a set of Eclipse plug-ins that support the editing and testing of semantic models using the SADL language.||EPL||Language||1.x||Andrew Crapo, John Interrante, David Bracewell, Saurabh Gupta|
|Spray||This project aims to provide Domain Specific Languages to describe Visual DSL Editors against the Graphiti runtime, and provide code generation (with Xtend2) to create the boilerplate code for realizing the implementation against the Graphiti framework.||EPL 1.0||Framework||2.0.1||Jos Warmer, Karsten Thoms et. al.|
|VClipse||VClipse is an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) for product modeling for the SAP Variant Configurator (VC). VClipse supports the specification of objects and dependencies in a textual domain specific language calld VCML. This enables the use of standard text comparison tools and version control systems in the model development process.||EPL||Language||2.x||Tim Geisler, Aleksey Shumilin|
|Worthwhile||Worthwhile is an IDE built around a simple WHILE language that integrates editing, running, debugging and verifying programs using Microsoft's Z3 prover.||3-Clause BSD||Language||2.x||Leon Handreke, Chris Hiatt, Stefan Orf, Joachim Priesner, Fabian Ruch, Matthias Wagner|
|xDGL Data Generation Language||xDGL is a free plugin on eclipse Helios 3.6 fully compatible with eclipse data tools platform DTP. Works with dozens of RDBMS databases. xDGL was invented by Abubaker Mahmoud, a Canadian Computer expert. xDGL is simple to learn and fast to execute and is designed to solve the problem of most data generators systems works in english. xDGl works in any language that could be written in the UTF-8 encoding. xDGL is the first Java Data Generation Language, the first Eclipse language for Data Genration. xDGL is built in Java, Eclipse and the great Xtext Framework.||Commercial||Language||1.x||Abubaker Mahmoud|
|Xsemantics||XSemantics is a DSL (implemented in Xtext) 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). It is the successor of XTypeS.||EPL||Language||2.x||Lorenzo Bettini|
|Xtest||Xtest is a unit-testing domain-specific scripting language for Java. Tests are run while you type and any time a related file is saved, marking exceptions thrown and failed assertions as errors to immediately notify you of test failures.||EPL||Testing, Language||2.x||Michael Barry|
|Xtext Forms Integration||Sample RCP application to demonstrate how Xtext editors can be integrated within Eclipse UI forms||EPL||Framework||1.x||Mikael Barbero|
|Xtext Typesystem Framework||A framework that supports the efficient implementation of typesystem rules for Xtext languages. Especially useful if your languages has expressions, statements, different (combinable) data types.||EPL||Framework||2.x||Markus Voelter|
|XTypeS||a DSL for writing type systems for languages implemented in Xtext. It then generates Java code that can be used in your language implemented in Xtext for scoping and validation (XTypeS also generates a validator in Java).||GPL||Language||1.x||Lorenzo Bettini|
|Yakindu Statechart Tools||YAKINDU Statechart Tools (SCT) provides an integrated modeling environment for the specification and development of reactive, event-driven systems based on the concept of statecharts. It is an easy to use tool that features sophisticated graphical state chart editing, validation and simulation of statecharts as well as code generation.||EPL||Tool||2.0.X||Axel Terfloth, Andreas Mülder, et al|