Recently I announced that our code generator, CodeGen, had been published on CodePlex for everyone to use. Today I am delighted to announce that we have released a new version of CodeGen which includes some significant new features.
It is now possible to generate code which is based on information drawn from multiple repository structures, which makes it possible to generate many more types of routines and classes than ever before.
Also we have added the ability to launch code generation based on a repository file definition. CodeGen will make any structures that are assigned to the file available to the template when generating code.
We’re now starting planning for the next release. CodeGen can already be used to generate code for Synergy Language, C#, Visual Basic and Objective-C, and one of the features we’ll be adding in the next release is data type mappings and new field loop tokens for the Java language.
For more information about CodeGen refer to the CodeGen site on CodePlex, which you will find at http://codegen.codeplex.com.