C++ itself is complex enough. Adding domain specific languages can seem like yet another addition to that complexity. So why would we use a DSL instead of a normal library?
Domain Specific Languages – embedded and external
Last week I wrote about what makes C++ a good choice as a host language for embedded DSLs. This week’s post will be about external DSLs with C++ as host […]
Domain specific languages (DSLs) can be powerful tools to simplify certain aspects of programming. While DSLs can be used in most or all programming languages, I think there are a […]
In the last post I started this mini-series about what you can do if you are thrown at a legacy code base. I wrote about not rushing in, about not […]