|Re: VB6 Reverse Engineering [message #729989 is a reply to message #729914]
||Tue, 27 September 2011 12:31
| Gregoire Dupe
Registered: September 2009
> My first question is: does MoDisco support VB6 code?
No, there isn't any support of VB6.
> I've read something about it (www.eclipse.org/MoDisco/useCases/VBCodeAnalysis/) but it seems like a dead end. I understood that a VB6 discoverer is needed.
It's a too old page, if Hugo agrees, I'll remove it.
> The second question is about Modisco's output: assuming it can support VB6, what kind of model can I get? I've seen an example where the result was the generation of some UML class diagrams. It would be kinda poor and not so helpful.
Currently, we only have an example that read Java code and produces a UML model, but not the corresponding diagrams (cf. http://download.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/modisco/doc/org.eclipse.modisco.usecase.modelfilter.doc/mediawiki/user.html).
In the MoDisco project we begin by discovering a model representing the code (for example a model conforming to the Java model, http://help.eclipse.org/indigo/topic/org.eclipse.gmt.modisco.java.doc/doc/MoDisco/Components/Java/Documentation/0.9/0.9.html). After, we transform this code model to a UML model, a KDM model or something else.
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