Welcome to the Rascal blog.

A DSL in 36 lines of code

One of the goals of Rascal is to allow the definition of Domain-Specific Languages. In this small post we give a flavor of how you can use Rascal to define the syntax of a DSL, a simple semantic check and how to compile the DSL to Java.

From functions to term rewriting and back in Rascal

Here's a nifty design element from Rascal that I personally like: functions are actually rewrite rules. The bottom line here is that pattern matching drives dynamic dispatch which results in openly extensible meta programs.