Trinity, an IDE for Derric
Trinity is an integrated development/debugging environment (IDE) for Derric, a domain-specific language to declaratively describe binary file formats. It provides automatic synchronization in the user interface between individual bytes in the input data and elements in the Derric source code.
To get an overview of the key features of Trinity, we have created a screencast.
- To install Rascal, follow the instructions on the Rascal site.
- When Rascal is installed, run an Eclipse instance with Rascal enabled. In it, open the latest version of the Derric compiler.
- In the same workspace, also open the latest version of Trinity.
Running the IDE
To run the IDE, go to the
trinity project and execute the
org.derric_lang.trinity.Main class as a Java application in Eclipse.
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