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test: Add a test helloworld file, per tutorial

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Glen Whitney 1 year ago
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1. Then I checked the box next to "Spoofax Eclipse" and then followed the prompts (I think I had to click on "Next>" or maybe "Finished"). Eventually Eclipse asked me if I wanted it to restart, which I agreed to.
1. And indeed, once it restarted, the "Spoofax" and "Spoofax (meta)" menus showed up.
1. At this point I followed the tutorial linked at the top of this readme...
1. ... until I got to the point of building the project. Then I encountered a "Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration error." See the YellowGrass issue https://yellowgrass.org/issue/Spoofax/236 for the workarounds I used for this and the subsequent JRE version issues I encountered.
1. ... until I got to the point of building the project. Then I encountered a "Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration error." See the YellowGrass issue https://yellowgrass.org/issue/Spoofax/236 for the workarounds I used for this and the subsequent JRE version issues I encountered.
1. With those workarounds, I was able to enter the test.hel program and get into parse or produce syntax errors when incorrect, as described in the getting started guide.
1. The guide ends there, but we want to be able to "compile" helloworld language programs into Python Hello World programs, so...

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hello world
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