Programming Languages and Integrated Development Environments for User Interfaces
Aspects for stages (2014): introducing cross-cutting concerns on metaprograms and treating aspects as transformation batches in the same language
Integrated metaprogramming (2014): a novel model and implementation for compile-time multi-stage metaprogramming
Meta debugging (2013): an integrated approach to source-level debugging and compile error reporting in meta-programs
Cross-language exception handling (2011): cross-handling exceptions in language embedding
Untyped operator overloading (2011): an integration implementation of untyped object-based operator overloading
RESTful debugger inspection (2009): representation-state transfer in inspection protocols enabling language-agnostic inspection and concurrent non-modal sessions
Interactive object graphs (2009): layer-object graphs for debuggers with improved inspection and configuration features
Subobject trees (2008): an enhanced form of untyped object-based inheritance
Sparrow IDE (2007 - on going):the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) of the Delta language, supporting self-extensibility, self-debugging, remote deployment as a component, with a full range of features including project manager, syntax directed editor, source level debugger with advanced tree and graph views, adaptive profiles, source browser and build process tree.
DELTA (2004- on going): named from 'Dynamic Embeddable Language for Extending Applications', supporting dynamic untyped object-based inheritance, garbage collection, and dynamic operator overloading, compiles to byte code and supports dynamic code loading and execution as independent virtual machines.
DMSL (2003): a decision making specification language to define the runtime system adaptation logic, with its compiler and execution system, supporting localized named decision blocks, deployment parameters with stereotypes (macros).
I-GET (2000): a language-based User Interface Management System, offering the I–GET language supporting: multi–toolkit integration, hierarchical dialogue agent classes with declarative activation, constraints, monitors, event handler classes, virtual object classes, hooks and bridges with the C++ languages, typed channels and shared objects for linkage with the function core. The compiler generates code in the C++ language.You may freely download the source code (Windows, VS 2005 version) of I-GET (compiler, runtime, win server,examples) - the code is offered 'as it is'with no particular support.