JAMOOS

YAMOOS. A domain-specific language for language processing JAMOOS is a cohesive suite for quick definition of attribute grammars and generation of compilers, interpreters and other language processing tools. As a programming language, JAMOOS brings a new tree computing metaphor which unifies the notions of object creation, procedure call and reduction of rules in an attribute context-free grammar. JAMOOS has a rich object oriented-type system, with features such as genericity, lists, union and unit types. This type system serves also as a language for specifying context-free grammars.

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  1. Gil, Joseph; Tsoglin, Yuri: YAMOOS. A domain-specific language for language processing (2001)