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How To Build a DSL (Domain Specific Language) in Ruby

By Peter Cooper / January 14, 2007

Russ Olsen has been putting together a small series of blog posts about building a DSL in Ruby. The first part dates from October 2006, but the second part has just been released, making it a good double length read. In the mini-series, Russ looks at the motivation for developing a DSL and develops a basic DSL called Potemkin.

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  1. Ron Evans says:

    I also really like Russ Olsen's Ruby DSL articles, and they influenced me to dabble in writing about the subject. Check out Part 4 of my series on Ruby Domain Specific Languages - The Basics at http://deadprogrammersociety.blogspot.com/2006/11/ruby-domain-specific-languages-basics_27.html

    Ron Evans

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