You can reach the current JPlag team via email: email@example.com
Currently Jürgen Graf and Mathias Landhäußer provide support.
Credits: Who, when, why?
JPlag was developed by Guido Malpohl. In 1996 it started out as a student research project and a few month later it evolved into a first online system.
In 2005 JPlag was turned into a web service by Emeric Kwemou and Moritz Kroll to allow external systems to use JPlag in an automated process (e.g. as part of a learning server) and to let other institutions design their own clients better suiting their needs.
The server is located at the research group of Prof. W. Tichy. The group is a part of the Department of Informatics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
Here are some more detailed credits mentioning the people related to JPlag itself:
- JPlag was written by Guido Malpohl.
- The Basecode support was written by Michael Cocheteau.
- The C/C++ front-end is based on the JavaCC Grammar by Sreenivas Viswanadha (Homepage).
- The C# 1.2 front-end is based on an ANTLR Grammar by Robin Debreuil.
- The Java1.2 front-end is based on the ANTLR Grammar (V1.17) by John Mitchell, Terence Parr, John Lilley, Scott Stanchfield, Markus Mohnen and Peter Williams.
- The Java1.5 front-end is based on the JavaCC Grammar by Sreenivas Viswanadha (Homepage).
- The Java-1.7 front-end is based on the ANTLR4 Grammar by Terence Parr
- The Scheme R4S4 front-end is based on the JavaCC Grammar by Hakan L. S. Younes (Homepage). Thanks to Stefano Lonardi (Homepage) for providing me with some real-life submissions.
- The Text front-end is based on an ANTLR Grammar by James Hunt.