because they started on the private svn and I asked them to go on the public one so that
people can get access to it.
On Jul 3, 2010, at 3:14 PM, Simon Denier wrote:
Doru, you should already have access to the public svn.
However, I see two Verveine projects, one private and one public. I don't know why.
This one is public
On 3 juil. 2010, at 14:15, Tudor Girba wrote:
> Cool! How do I get access to the SVN?
> On 3 Jul 2010, at 14:02, Cyrille Delaunay wrote:
>> With nicolas we started to have a look at the eclipse-php-parser (provide with
PDT), to export a famix-mse file from a PHP project. We already started to build an
eclipse plugin that does some work:
>> => We create an AST for each php file of the project
>> => Then we have a visitor on this ast, and we are therfore able to make a
specific action for each kind of node visited
>> => For now, we just export some FAMIXNamespace, FAMIXClass, FAMIXMethods.
>> So what's left is to implement each visit-method to extract informations
for each node visited. For that we will have to know a bit more PHP :) Maybe the metamodel
will have to be extended to take into account some PHP-specific elements, I don't
>> If you want to have a look, sources are available via svn at:
>> Vervaine provide the extractor (not yet finished) for Java ans this one for PHP.
Both are using a common mechanism to generate famix entities and extract them to mse.
>> I will be on holidays until august and will probably no longer work on it until
august. So if you want to have a look (and have the courage to install eclipse to read
java code:)), have some suggestions, want to implement something, feel free to participate
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