Jnario as Eclipse project

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Boris Brodski

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Sep 10, 2013, 5:15:16 AM9/10/13
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Hello Sebastian,


did you already considered proposing Jnario as Eclipse project, like Xtext and Xtend does?

Currently I look for an EclipseCon 2013 tutorial to attend. So I thought about attending
"Eclipse Committer Bootcamp" tutorial and then help you (if you would like, of course) to make Jnario
first class citizen of Eclipse.

What do you think?


Cheers,
Boris

PS
Hope to see you on EclipseCon

Sebastian Benz

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Sep 11, 2013, 4:19:08 AM9/11/13
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Hi Boris,

thanks for the offer! I have already thought about adding Jnario as an Eclipse project, but I am a bit hesitant due to the additional maintenance overhead. Nevertheless, I would be happy to discuss the topic further at EclipseCon.  

Cheers,

Sebastian
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Boris Brodski

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Sep 11, 2013, 5:25:21 AM9/11/13
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Hi Sebastian,


this sounds great. Let's discuss it at EclipseCon. I will attend "Eclipse Committer Bootcamp" tutorial, just in case :-)


Cheers,
Boris

Boris Brodski

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Sep 24, 2013, 1:06:11 PM9/24/13
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Hi Sebastian,


by the way, this could be the right time to do this, since you didn't released version 1.0.0 yet. Xtext was forced to go back to version 0.7.0 to become an Eclipse project.


Cheers,
Boris
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