No one knows how many programming languages there are in the world. New languages born, they develop, some of them become really popular and widely used, some of them occupy specific areas, some of them die.
No matter what language is your favorite, no matter what it’s for, if it’s considered to be a general-purpose one or not. But what really matters is if a certain language has decent environment for developers who use it.
The following talk is meant to describe how to use IntelliJ open source platform for implementing custom languages support.
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