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By Robert Tairas and Jeff Gray

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The goal of a clone detection tool is to identify sections of code that are duplicated in a program. The result of the detection is presented in some manner for the user to view, which is usually in the form of a list of clones that are grouped together. Previous research has shown how scatter plots can be used to render a graphical representation of the results. This paper describes the integration of a stand-alone clone detection tool into Eclipse and a corresponding alternative visualization of clone detection results. An Eclipse plugin is described that displays the results of a clone detection tool called CloneDRâ„¢. The visualization of the results is implemented as an extension to the AspectJ Development Tool (AJDT) Visualiser plugin, which is primarily used to view crosscutting concerns in aspect-oriented programs

Topics: Management, Design, Economics, Human Factors, Languages. Keywords clone
Year: 2009
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