Abstract-Type and Scheme-Definition Language
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ASDL is also a common misspelling of ADSL.
Abstract-Type and Scheme-Definition Language (ASDL) is a computer language developed as part of ESPRIT project GRASPIN, as a basis for generating language-based editors and environments. It combines an object-oriented type system, syntax-directed translation schemes and a target-language interface.
- ASDL - An Object-Oriented Specification Language for Syntax-Directed Environments", M.L. Christ-Neumann et al., European Software Eng Conf, Strasbourg, Sept 1987, pp. 77–85
- Kramer, Bernd; Heinz Wilhelm-Schmidt (January 1989). "Developing Integrated Environments with ASDL". IEEE Software (Los Alamitos, CA, USA: IEEE Computer Society Press) 6 (1): 98–107. doi:10.1109/52.16907. Retrieved 2008-06-11.
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