Directives provide instructions to the text template transformation engine. Built-in directives are directives that Domain-Specific Language Tools provides for you to use in your text templates.
Describes the syntax for using built-in directives.
Explains how to use the output directive to specify the output file type that you want from the text template.
Explains how to add a directive to indicate the programming language that you want to use in the text template.
Explains how to use the culture parameter of the template directive to generate output strings for various cultures.
Explains how to use type members in other assemblies in text templates.
Explains how to import a namespace so that you do not have to type fully qualified type names in text templates.
Explains how to include a file in a text template so that you can organize your code for reuse.
Explains how to use the include directive to reference multiple text template files.
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Contains topics that explain how to add code, such as statements and expressions, to text templates.
Explains how to call a generated directive processor so that you can access a model from a text template.
Explains the architecture of the text template transformation process, including the host, engine, and directive processor components.
Defines key terms that are used in the Help for Domain-Specific Language Tools.