declaredType is nil.
and a method has no returned type (is the the field "kind" ?)
For accesses, I do not know. In this example there is no accesses or references.
So I will do another example.
Here there is the mse file of source code attached at issue 223.
On Nov 27, 2009, at 21:25 , Tudor Girba wrote:
I still do not understand. Beside declaredType, is there anything else missing?
Stef mentioned something related to accesses. Are there accesses missing?
On 27 Nov 2009, at 21:20, Laval Jannik wrote:
> Hi Doru,
> You are right, references/accesses depend partially on declaredType.
> We can have some direct accesses or references too. And I will also work on it.
> On Nov 27, 2009, at 21:12 , Tudor Girba wrote:
>> Hi Jannik,
>> I am not sure I understand how the problem of the missing declaredType influences
the visualization. Is it because these would be the references? Or is there another
>> On 27 Nov 2009, at 10:02, Laval Jannik wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I made a DSM visualization of iText (a java open-source project).
>>> In the screenshot there are only inheritances and invocations,
>>> I load the code with inFusion.
>>> But the created mse is not complete, I think.
>>> I posted an issue (223) on moose bug tracker.
>>> Jannik Laval
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