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Working with Domain-Specific Language Solutions
Updated: July 2008
Domain-Specific Language Tools lets you work in Visual Studio to define a domain-specific language. You can define the elements of the language and how they appear in a diagram view and in the DSL Explorer, and customize many aspects of the language. The topics in this section show how to create a domain-specific language solution in Visual Studio, add elements to the language, customize their appearance, and add the elements to the toolbox of your domain-specific language designer.