[antlr-interest] StringTemplate 2.1 release!

Loring Craymer Loring.G.Craymer at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Jan 25 12:48:46 PST 2005


The eclipse plugin architecture is very nice for supporting development and 
it is very easy to avoid incorporating any dependencies on eclipse into an 
application.  Eclipse also supports building standalone "rich client 
platform" applications if you really want to go the standalone 
route.  Eclipse licensing is very friendly to commercial use.  Doing an NIH 
standalone makes very little sense to anyone (or at least to me) who has 
used eclipse as an application base.


At 11:31 AM 1/25/2005, Terence Parr wrote:

>On Jan 25, 2005, at 11:17 AM, Alan Gutierrez wrote:
>>>Sometime in the next 9 months you'll see a GUI built by Jean Bovet, a
>>>graduate student here at USF. :)
>>     Eclipse based? I'm using an ANTLR/Eclipse plugin. It's really
>>     nice.
>Hi Alan,
>Well, eclipse never made sense to me, but I know it's much more popular 
>than Intellij (as that is $400 a pop).  We plan on a standalone GUI at 
>first to student the problem and will then worry about integration with 
>IDEs. :)
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