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Title: Analysis and debugging of meta-programs in XVCL
Keywords: software reuse, software tool, meta-programming, analysis, debugging
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2004
Citation: CHEN LIANG (2004-09-18). Analysis and debugging of meta-programs in XVCL. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: XML-based Variant Configuration Language or XVCL for short is a meta-programming language and technique for effective reuse. XVCL is accompanied by a methodology and supported by a tool a?? batch XVCL processor. In this project, based on general requirements for analysis/debugging of meta-programs, we developed an analysis/debugging method and tool a?? interactive XVCL processor (IXP), for meta-programming in XVCL. IXP is developed based on the batch XVCL processor. IXP is a graphical tool that helps users analyze x-frameworks at runtime. IXP also provides a debugging environment for XVCL. In this thesis, we describe the features of IXP and show how it works. We present the detailed implementation of IXP as well.
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