Oslo: Using Mg to Define a To-Do Language
Justin Bailey has built a little language in MGrammer to create tasks and even better, he’s provided a very tutorial on how he did it. Following along with him would make a great way to learn the basics of Mg. Plus, I love his conclusions:
“Mg is clearly a powerful technology for defining languages. The above is a trivial use, but already we have bypassed most simple file parsing techniques. Quoted strings and balanced parentheses are the bane of non-parsing techniques and it appears that Mg will be placing those abilities within reach of most .NET developers.”
Good work, Justin!