I'm working in the re-engineering of a Java application used by an
investigation group at University of Buenos Aires. The tool is called MTSA
and it's used to do model checking. The goal of my work is to do and
document all the re-engineering process.
So far we choose to use Moose because is one of the most active and complete
re-engineering environments available.
On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 4:11 AM, Tudor Girba <tudor(a)tudorgirba.com> wrote:
Thanks for the mail. Indeed, these are known problems and they should be
solved in the latest development version.
The latest Moose development only loads in Pharo 1.3. So, you have to:
- either load the ConfigurationOfMoose in Pharo 1.3 , or
- use the latest development from the continuous integration server:
Could you tell us about the context in which you are using Moose?
On 8 Jun 2011, at 03:22, Diego Fernandez wrote:
> Hi all, I'm working with Java code using Verveine as the parser and Moose
> Currently I'm having some problems, and I want to debug them to
collaborate with the Moose project. But I'm stuck trying to load the latest
version of Moose.
> I used the instructions from
but as some
people commented previously in the list I got a dependency error with Pharo
> What is the best way to load the latest version of Moose? Can I update
the image from the Moose 4.4 one-click installation? I have to try with the
Pharo dev version?
> PS: The problems that I'm trying to resolve are:
> - DNUs with the FAMIX model (from the previous comments on the list it
seems that some methods needs to be implemented to work with the FAMIX model
generated from Java).
> - When working with a large FAMIX model, Moose crashes (I'm working with
MacOSX Leopard 10.5.8, and the one-click Moose 4.4 download). I loaded a
medium size Java app, the MSE loads fine, but when I click in the "All
famixaccesses" of the Moose Panel the VM crashes.
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