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Sysl (pronounced "sizzle") is a system specification language

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Sysl

Match your system implementation and design as consistent as possible

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Sysl (pronounced "sizzle") is a open source system specification language. Using Sysl, you can specify systems, endpoints, endpoint behaviour, data models and data transformations. The Sysl compiler automatically generates sequence diagrams, integrations, and other views. It also offers a range of code generation options, all from one common Sysl specification.

The set of outputs is open-ended and allows for your own extensions. Sysl has been created with extensibility in mind and it will grow to support other representations over time.

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Documentation is hosted live at https://sysl.io.

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There are several approaches to get start using Sysl. See the install page for details.

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We encourage contributions to this project! Please have a look at the contributing guide for more information.

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This project is licensed under the Apache License 2.0 - see the LICENSE file for details

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