Metric tool for Java

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by pradeep.sel@gmail.com, Jul 31, 2006.

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    Want to check the complexity of the software you are building? Cheek
    out CyVis. CyVis is a free software metrics collection, analysis and
    visualisation tool for software built using Java. It enables developers
    to identify complex part of their software very easily.

    CyVis collects data from java class or jar files hence there is no need
    for the actual source code. Once the metrics are collected, the
    statistical information is shown in a way that enables you to
    immediately detect which part of your software is complicated and which
    is not.

    CyVis can either be integrated with your Ant script or used in command
    interface to generate reports. It also has a GUI Interface which we
    consider to be of great help to its users.

    You can be downloaded CyVis from http://cyvis.sourceforge.net


    Pradeep
     
    , Jul 31, 2006
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