|Techniques and transforms|
Program transformation systems such as Stratego/XT, TXL, Tom, DMS, and ASF+SDF all have transformation languages as a major component. The transformation languages for these systems are driven by declarative descriptions of the structure of the input text (typically a grammar), allowing them to be applied to wide variety of formal languages and documents.
In the model-driven engineering technical space, there are model transformation languages (MTLs), that take as input models conforming to a given metamodel and produce as output models conforming to a different metamodel. An example of such a language is the QVT OMG standard.
There are also low-level languages such as the Lx family implemented by the bootstrapping method. The L0 language may be considered as assembler for transformation languages. There is also a high-level graphical language built on upon Lx called MOLA.
|Concepts:||Languages and typical transforms:|
- The Lx transformation language set home page. Lx.mii.lu.lv (2007-10-08). Retrieved on 2013-08-10.
- MOLA pages. Mola.mii.lu.lv. Retrieved on 2013-08-10.
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