We present an extension to the Java language that allows Java programmers to define new syntactic constructs. The design is based on the Dylan macro system (e.g., rule-based pattern matching and hygiene), but exploits Java's compilation model to offer a full procedural macro engine. In other words, syntax expanders may be implemented in, and so use all the facilities of, the full Java language.
I think we mentioned this in the past, but I am not sure. After that long Java thread, it may be nice to return to this topic anyway.
More on Java syntax extension.
Are all the other editors already on vacation?
Posted to general by Ehud Lamm on 12/11/02; 3:52:51 PM