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Architecture of Text Templates

The text template transformation process takes a text template file as the input, performs the transformation on the input, and generates a text file as the output. The text template transformation process has three components: the engine, the host, and one or more directive processors. This section contains topics that discuss the architecture of the text template transformation process in detail.

Architecture of the Text Template Transformation Process

Explains the architecture of the text template transformation process, including the host, engine, and directive processor components.

Accessing Models from Text Templates

Explains how to call a generated directive processor so that you can access a model from a text template.

How to: Call a Generated Directive

Lists the steps to call a generated directive processor so that you can access a model from a text template.

How to: Call a Custom Directive

Lists the steps to call a custom directive processor so that you can access custom functionality from a text template.

Using Built-in Directives in Text Templates

Contains topics that explain using built-in directives, such as output and include, in text templates.

Adding Code to Text Templates

Contains topics that explain adding code, such as statements and expressions, to text templates.

Advanced Tasks with Text Templates

Contains topics about advanced text template tasks, such as creating custom host and directive processor components.

Domain-Specific Language Tools Glossary

Defines key terms that are used in the Help for Domain-Specific Language Tools.

Working with Domain-Specific Language Solutions

Describes the solution templates that you can use to create different types of domain-specific language solutions by using Domain-Specific Language Tools.

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