|Version 4 (modified by lama, 4 years ago) (diff)|
Front ends filter the input file and produce a token stream. JPlag then analyzes the token stream.
To develop a new front end, have a look at the front end pack.
Pulling Out Front Ends from JPlag
- the front end files can be found in the subdirectories of jplag/trunk/jplag e.g. java for the Java frontend
- the new groupId should be edu.kit.ipd.jplag.frontend
- the new artifactId should be language-version (e.g. java-1.4)
- the new version should be 0.0.1-SNAPSHOT
- create a new Java project in Eclipse called jplag.frontend.<artifactId>
- copy the pom from another front end (copy from java-1.4 for antlr-based front ends and from java-1.5 for JavaCC-based front ends)
- create directories src/main/java/jplag, src/main/antlr (for antlr-based front ends) or src/main/jjtree (for JavaCC-based front ends)
- copy the grammar to the grammar directory (antlr or jjtree)
- copy the other files to src/main/java/jplag (including their proper package directories!)
- edit pom as necessary (see above)
- activate m2eclipse (context menu on project > configure > convert to maven project)
- generate the sources
- fix errors
- deploy to our repository
- context menu on project > team > share
- use existing repository location
- Advanced mode: "use project name", "use single project layout"
- set svn:ignore accordingly (see properties of java-1.4)
Available Front Ends