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Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #19916] Sat, 31 August 2002 12:46 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: mj.noemail.com

My interest is in experimenting with integrating program analysis for Java
and C++ programs. I would like to learn about the API for the "program
database" primarily and it's implementation too (for those times when I'd
rather not pull what's left of my hair).

Thanks,

Micheal
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #19966 is a reply to message #19916] Sat, 31 August 2002 13:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: adam.kiezun.gmx.net.remove

> My interest is in experimenting with integrating program analysis for Java
> and C++ programs. I would like to learn about the API for the "program
> database" primarily and it's implementation too (for those times when I'd
> rather not pull what's left of my hair).

can you be more specific? what do you mean by "program database"? what kind of
information do you need access to?

a.
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #20003 is a reply to message #19966] Sat, 31 August 2002 16:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: mj.noemail.com

Adam Kiezun wrote:
>> My interest is in experimenting with integrating program analysis
>> for Java and C++ programs. I would like to learn about the API for
>> the "program database" primarily and it's implementation too (for
>> those times when I'd rather not pull what's left of my hair).
>
> can you be more specific? what do you mean by "program database"?
> what kind of information do you need access to?

Thanks for the reply Adam,

I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the source
files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
table.

Micheal
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #20043 is a reply to message #20003] Sat, 31 August 2002 20:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: adam.kiezun.gmx.net.remove

> Thanks for the reply Adam,
>
> I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the source
> files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
> table.

for java - there's a class in the jdt core plugin called AST - that'd be your
starting point
for c - dunno
a.
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #20079 is a reply to message #20043] Sun, 01 September 2002 00:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sebastien Marineau is currently offline Sebastien MarineauFriend
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Hi Michael,

"Adam Kiezun" <adam.kiezun@gmx.net.remove> wrote in message
news:akr9ir$mke$1@rogue.oti.com...
> > Thanks for the reply Adam,
> >
> > I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the
source
> > files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
> > table.
>
> for java - there's a class in the jdt core plugin called AST - that'd be
your
> starting point
> for c - dunno
> a.

For C, there's currently the C model (see org.eclipse.cdt.core.model) but it
is still at the prototype stage.
Also, note that there's currently no CDOM (e.g. AST) for the CDT (the C
model
does not parse inside functions). That's on the todo list for early next
year.

In any case, we'd be interested to hear your thoughts/needs
on the C model/CDOM if you get a chance to look at it.

Regards,

Sebastien
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #20648 is a reply to message #20043] Sun, 01 September 2002 10:35 Go to previous message
Mark C. Chu-Carroll is currently offline Mark C. Chu-CarrollFriend
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Could people please trim the "newsgroups" line for future responses?
This message was very widely crossposted, and it's really irrelevant
to many of the places where it's popping up.

-Mark




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Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #574452 is a reply to message #19916] Sat, 31 August 2002 13:31 Go to previous message
Adam Kiezun is currently offline Adam KiezunFriend
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> My interest is in experimenting with integrating program analysis for Java
> and C++ programs. I would like to learn about the API for the "program
> database" primarily and it's implementation too (for those times when I'd
> rather not pull what's left of my hair).

can you be more specific? what do you mean by "program database"? what kind of
information do you need access to?

a.
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #574488 is a reply to message #19966] Sat, 31 August 2002 16:07 Go to previous message
Micheal  is currently offline Micheal Friend
Messages: 3
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Adam Kiezun wrote:
>> My interest is in experimenting with integrating program analysis
>> for Java and C++ programs. I would like to learn about the API for
>> the "program database" primarily and it's implementation too (for
>> those times when I'd rather not pull what's left of my hair).
>
> can you be more specific? what do you mean by "program database"?
> what kind of information do you need access to?

Thanks for the reply Adam,

I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the source
files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
table.

Micheal
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #574543 is a reply to message #20003] Sat, 31 August 2002 20:48 Go to previous message
Adam Kiezun is currently offline Adam KiezunFriend
Messages: 219
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
> Thanks for the reply Adam,
>
> I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the source
> files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
> table.

for java - there's a class in the jdt core plugin called AST - that'd be your
starting point
for c - dunno
a.
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #574566 is a reply to message #20043] Sun, 01 September 2002 00:19 Go to previous message
Sebastien Marineau is currently offline Sebastien MarineauFriend
Messages: 35
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Michael,

"Adam Kiezun" <adam.kiezun@gmx.net.remove> wrote in message
news:akr9ir$mke$1@rogue.oti.com...
> > Thanks for the reply Adam,
> >
> > I would like to be able to access an AST-like representation of the
source
> > files - Java and/or C++ - in a project. Along with the supporting symbol
> > table.
>
> for java - there's a class in the jdt core plugin called AST - that'd be
your
> starting point
> for c - dunno
> a.

For C, there's currently the C model (see org.eclipse.cdt.core.model) but it
is still at the prototype stage.
Also, note that there's currently no CDOM (e.g. AST) for the CDT (the C
model
does not parse inside functions). That's on the todo list for early next
year.

In any case, we'd be interested to hear your thoughts/needs
on the C model/CDOM if you get a chance to look at it.

Regards,

Sebastien
Re: Where is the "program dataase" in Eclipse? [message #574612 is a reply to message #20043] Sun, 01 September 2002 10:35 Go to previous message
Mark C. Chu-Carroll is currently offline Mark C. Chu-CarrollFriend
Messages: 64
Registered: July 2009
Member
Could people please trim the "newsgroups" line for future responses?
This message was very widely crossposted, and it's really irrelevant
to many of the places where it's popping up.

-Mark




--
Mark Craig Chu-Carroll, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
*** The Stellation project: Advanced SCM for Collaboration
*** http://www.eclipse.org/stellation
*** Work Email: mcc@watson.ibm.com ------- Personal Email: markcc@bestweb.net
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