Submissions to the LWC will be posted here once available. Currently, six submissions are underway. The links on the product or team names open the PDF descriptions of their solutions.
- An File:LWC11-XtextSubmission.pdf based effort, for which code is available here
- An [./LWC11-MPS-Docs.pdf MPS] based effort, for which code is available here
- A MetaEdit based effort, available here.
- An Languages/org.emftext.language.lwc11.doc/lwc2011emftext.pdf EMFText/JaMoPP based effort, which can be tracked here
- An OOMEGA based effort, which can be tracked Workbench Competition 2011 here
- An solution based on the Whole Platform, described here, working demo image here
- A solution based on Essential, can be found here.
- A solution based on Spoofax, is available here.
- A solution based on [./lwc11intentional.pdf Intentional], information for which is available here.
- A solution based on [./lwc11rascal.pdf Rascal], can be found here.
- A solution based on Atom3, for which the platform is available here.
- A solution based on Obeo Designer, can be found here.
- A solution based on [./lwc11-cedalion.pdf Cedalion], for which the software is available [./LWC11-Cedalion.zip here] and the development environment can be found here.
After the fact submissions
Sometimes, people come across our challenge only after the event. Of course, we are still interested in collecting their input - and we will list such submissions here.
- A solution based on Actifsource is described here: http://www.actifsource.com/actifsource/papers/487.html
The submission presented during the [./workshop.html workshop] inspired Pedro Molina into creating a comparison matrix. This took shape in the form of a spreadsheet, of which an HTML export is provided [ar.html here]. This will be replaced over summer by a tool comparison database that will be extended with new tools and workbenches as we go along, and which is planned to be integrated into the Model Driven Software Network site as well.