this is documentation project on the emulator software based on 8051. it contains architecture, code reviews, design documentation etc.
EnDecode is a tool to decode/decompress parts of a binary file like PDF. If using PDF then stream to endstream data can be decompressed. You select from start to end of the part you want to decode and it will decode the data.
A static checker that model checks the implementation of equality for an Eclipse Java Project.
Live Trace Visualization for Large Software Landscapes
ExplorViz is a web-based software visualization for large software landscapes. It features two different perspectives: the landscape-level perspective and the application-level perspective. The former visualizes the systems, nodes, and application existing in the software landscape. The latter one utilizes the city metaphor to visualize the entities and communication happening in one application. For installation instructions and downloads see http://www.explorviz.net
Very simple application that search files in a given directory, and counts its extension, in lines, characters, characters per line, lines per file, etc. The file extensions can be filtered easyly.
FirstSpirit Templates replicated oneway to Subversion
FirstSpirit CMS Templates replicated to subversion SCM. This software just copies most important information containing the FirstSpirit TemplateStore to subversion.
Sistema GnoSis para calibragem de ontologias
This is a python program which generates python file for a given .glade file (LibGlade fmt)
The GroovyStAr ("Groovy Static Analyzer") project describes a new extensible SCA tool for Java and Groovy. The extensibility is reached through a customizable set of Groovy-scripts, each representing a static source code query against the created AST.
This is trying to create code analyzer for Harbour language code and add it later in HbIDE and use it later in for NetBeans plugin and use it later in other IDEs. I use GIT here. Harbour project https://harbour.github.io/ Docs about ANTLR: https://tomassetti.me/antlr-mega-tutorial http://www.xfront.com/ANTLR/ about v.3: http://www.r-5.org/files/books/computers/compilers/writing/Terence_Parr-The_Definitive_ANTLR_Reference-EN.pdf about v.4: https://pragprog.com/book/tpantlr2/the-definitive-antlr-4-reference and help here https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/antlr-discussion
This plugin analyses the java source code and displays all identifiers with their types
Check for unused #includes in C++ source
Unused #includes in C++ source lead to unwanted dependencies and slower compile and link timings. IncludeChecker finds most of these unused #includes using a simple heuristic: if you include a file, you need to use one or more symbols from it. If that's not the case, IncludeChecker will mark the #include as unused. IncludeChecker is very customizable to be able to run as an automated task where it will fail as soon as an unused #include is detected. Because of the simple heuristic it will not find all unused #includes, but it will find most of them.
Determine which files get included in source files.
IncludeGraph is a tool written in Python that performs code analysis on a C and C++ source tree. It can determine the inclusion path for a header file as well as provide charts about which headers are the most included ones or which files include the most headers. It also has a limited knowledge of conditional preprocessor constructs by implementing a subset of the functionality of the C preprocessor.
Java libraries with the functionality of indenting source code utilizing regular expresions. Currently C/C++, Java, HTML, and XML are supported.
News: since 2015 we continue all related developments within Collective Knowledge Framework: http://github.com/ctuning/ck/wiki ICI transforms production compilers into open interactive plugin-based research infrastructure as the first step towards future intelligent self-tuning computing systems. More information: http://cTuning.org/ici
The Java Code Clone Detection API (JCCD) allows to implement individual code clone detectors. These code clone detectors can be easily integrated into other Java applications. JCCD is based on a pipeline architecture which allows to replace whole par
A Java class viewer and decompiler which respect line numbers.
JClassViewer is a viewer for class and jar files. Features: - required Java 7 or higher - used the line numbers to reconstruct an output that is near to the original output. - debugging in Eclipse - should support other languages like Scale in the future
[frozen] A library for computing cycles in graphs or in Java code.
[This project is frozen, but has an offspring with more features: https://github.com/jeffhain/jadecy ] JCycles provides treatments to compute cycles, or just strongly connected components, in directed graphs in general, or in classes or packages dependencies graphs parsed from class files (major version <= 51, else does best effort). It uses Tarjan's algorithm for SCCs, and Johnson's for cycles, with continuations instead of recursion, which allows to handle large graphs (< Integer.MAX_VALUE vertices). Requires Java 5 or later.
Just-In-Time Tool for Achitecture Consistency
JITTAC is an Architecture Consistency plug-in for Eclipse that helps maintain consistency between the architectural design and the implementation. It detects the potential problem areas by a method based on Reflexion Model (jrmtool) and prompts the developer accordingly. For a fuller description, please see the website.
JLineCounter is a tiny tool written in java for counting lines in a text file. text files may be source files like c,java,csharp etc.
Quick, simple JSLint/JSHint in TextMate. Hurt your feelings in style.
For source code and more info, visit: http://rondevera.github.com/jslintmate/
Java lib to compute (code) deps, SCCs, and cycles (Johnson algorithm).
Jadecy (Java Dependencies and Cycles) is a Java library to compute dependencies (elements depended on, or depending), strongly connected components, and cycles, in general directed graphs, or classes or packages dependencies graphs parsed from class files (major version <= 52, else does best effort). It uses Tarjan's algorithm for SCCs computation, and Johnson's algorithm for exhaustive cycles computation, with continuations instead of recursion, which allows to handle large graphs (< 2^31 vertices). Since version 1.1, can also compute shortest cycles covering all edges of SCCs. Usage from command line is also possible but with reduced flexibility (cf. JadecyMain class). API entry point for Java code dependencies is the Jadecy class, or DepUnit that makes use of it and is designed for unit tests. API entry point for general graph computations is the net.jadecy.graph package. Requires Java 5 or later. Also available on github: https://github.com/jeffhain/jadecy
Application for searching classpath dependencies of source code. Sometimes you do not know, which common libraries you need to compile existing java source code including transitive dependencies.
Java Cobol Lexer take a cobol source program and return it as a list of lexical tokens. Library takes source code in fixed, free and mixed formats. It recognizes standard Cobol 85.
Java library to parse GNU Makefiles. The source code is available from SVN. The latest revision should be in trunk, the latest "stable" release should be in branch.