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Not_Quite_JS.txt
OMeta_Tutorial.txt
OMeta_WJS.wjs
OMeta_WJS_Mods.js
README.txt
Things_You_Should_Know.txt
Worlds2.js
Worlds2_Library.js
arrays.wjs
bs-js-compiler.js
bs-js-compiler.txt
bs-ometa-compiler.js
bs-ometa-compiler.txt
bs-ometa-js-compiler.js
bs-ometa-js-compiler.txt
bs-ometa-optimizer.js
bs-ometa-optimizer.txt
bs-project-list-parser.js
bs-project-list-parser.txt
index.html
lib.js
ometa-base.js
ometa-rhino.js
ometa-script-tag.js
oshell
parser.js
prototype-fix.js
prototype.js
readme-rhino.txt
standalone.html
v8-shell.cc
w2shell
wiki.js
workspace.js

README.txt

The following files contain some important info:

* Not_Quite_JS.txt explains the difference between "real" JavaScript and
  the JavaScript that can be used in the OMeta/JS Workspace.

* Things_You_Should_Know.txt explains the differences between the original
  OMeta syntax (as it appeared in the DLS'07 paper) and the newer OMeta/js
  syntax.

* OMeta_Tutorial.txt contains a bunch of examples that show how OMeta
  can be used for pattern matching, parsing, etc.

Another good resource for OMeta programmers is the OMeta mailing list. To
subscribe, please visit:

    http://vpri.org/mailman/listinfo/ometa

And you can also browse the archives of the mailing list at:

    http://vpri.org/pipermail/ometa/

Cheers,
Alex

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