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Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) manifest themselves in remarkably diverse shapes, ranging from internal DSLs embedded as a mere fluent API within a programming language, to external DSLs with dedicated syntax and tool support. Although different shapes have different pros and cons, combining them for a single language is problematic: language designers usually commit to a particular shape early in the design process, and it is hard to reconsider this choice later. In this new ideas paper, wedoi:10.1145/3276604.3276623 dblp:conf/sle/CoulonDSC18 fatcat:gjoyr6xxznc5bfkasminjyqy44