[Moose-dev] Fwd: iPlasma 6 Released!
stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Fri Nov 7 18:58:59 MET 2008
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Radu Marinescu <radu.marinescu at cs.upt.ro>
> Date: November 7, 2008 5:48:16 PM CEST
> To: Doru Girba <girba at iam.unibe.ch>, Alexandre Bergel <Alexandre.Bergel at inria.fr
> >, Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr>, Menanteau Jannick <jannick.menanteau at free.fr
> Cc: LOOSE Research Group <lrg at cs.upt.ro>
> Subject: iPlasma 6 Released!
> Dear all,
> I just want to announce that the much promised release of a new
> version of iPlasma eventually happened this evening :)
> The new version, can be downloaded from the traditional location:
> ...and it has some good news, especially for the MOOSE community:
> 1. the duplicated library classes from exported MSE file are finally
> 2. the exported MSE file includes now also information about Java
> annotations (both definitions of Annotations and usages). However,
> note that for good results on usages of Java annotations from
> libraries, you have to identify and include in the classpath of
> iPlasma the JARS containing the definitions of those annotations.
> 3. for Mac users there is additional good news: the bug that
> appeared due to the latest Java update from Apple has been removed
> (thanks Dan for the help on this !)
> In case you want to play with iPlasma beyond generating an MSE
> files, there are more good news:
> 4. We added several metrics and detection of problems related
> related to packages (e.g. compute the "Instability Factor" and
> detect breaking of Stable Dependencies Principle and Stable
> Abstractions Principle)
> 5. We included some new visualizations (Method Interaction,
> Attribute Usage, Instability-Abstraction plot and a modified version
> of the System Complexity View where one can see if a class is
> affected or not by design problems)
> 6. There are more details about design problems in the HTML-like
> Detail View
> 7. At any time the current detail can be saved as HTML by pressing
> the "Save" button (placed on top of the Detail View). The HTML file
> will be automatically placed in the "iPlasma6/results" folder.
> I hope you will enjoy it and please feel free to report any
> problems. We will do our best to correct them.
> Use Eclipse? Try inCode!
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Moose-dev