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Xtext Tip: Context dependent FQNs in Xtext

One of my favorite features of Xtext is the ability to have context dependant FQNs. One application of the feature is the this keyword, which is used to refer to the current instance in languages like Java. The full code for this example can be found here. The basic block language We are using the same block langague that we used in a previous tip.

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Xtext Tip: How to change the default delimiter of your FQNs

In a previous tip I showed how to add FQN support to your Xtext DSL. In this tip, we are going to customize our FQN to have a different separator. The full code for this example can be found here. The basic block language I am using the block language of the previous tip, but this time we are using the characters -> as separator

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