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Polyglot programming continues to gain widespread acceptance across the industry reflecting the reality that software developers have many languages and tools at their disposal. One area that we have yet to see take off is the creation of polyglot development environments, capable of satisfying multiple language needs of development teams. While Eclipse, IntelliJ, Visual Studio and others have some cross-language capabilities, their support for a wide range of languages is limited at best.