[ANN] FilterBrowser 0.0
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Mon May 24 19:54:59 UTC 2004
Have a look at the classification model. You do not have to use the
StarBrowser. The model is interesting too.
You can also read the paper of Roel available on my webpage about
classification to enable tools collaborations.
On 24 mai 04, at 17:00, Romain Robbes wrote:
> Hi Brent and Stef,
> Well I haven't yet thought about that. I guess I should check
> Starbrowser closer.
> What have you in mind exactly ?
> On my part I was thinking about rather simple filters and using
> selects, rejects,
> unions and intersections, but if classifications have some more
> behaviour, it could be used indeed.
> On May 24, 2004, at 3:33 PM, Brent Vukmer wrote:
>> Romain -
>> This sounds pretty cool. It seems like you could re-use the
>> classifications functionality to do this...
>>> You could then perform requests such as :
>>> -tests : select all methods from package X, starting with
>>> "test" -non-tests : select all methods from package X, except
>>> those in "tests" -tested : select all methods in "non-tests",
>>> who are sent by methods in
>>> -hierarchy : select all methods from class X's hierarchy
>>> -recent : select the 50 latest methods accepted -private :
>>> select all methods from class C only sent by methods in C
>>> -protected : select all methods from class X only sent methods in C's
>>> -public : select all methods in class X who are not in "private" or
>>> -undocumented : select all classes who's comment is nonexistant ;-)
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