The purpose of this exercise was to use Restructure101 to solve tangles in JUnit version 4.8.2.
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Structure101 lets you work with both structure (the whole code-base as it is) and architecture (the subset of the structure that you really care about, and how it should be). It lets you define the architecture in the context of the physical structure and diseminate this to the team. Architecture diagrams are what makes this… Read more »
The new version of structure101 lets you define concise, layered architecture diagrams and publish them so that the whole team sees them in Eclipse and gets warnings if they make code changes that are out of whack with the architecture. Here’s an example architecture diagram: It defines layering (cells should only depend on lower cells)… Read more »
If you are going mad trying to figure out the dependencies between lots of Eclipse plug-ins, or work with other large OSGi systems, you may be interested in this. We’ve had a few people looking for an Eclipse/OSGi backend for Structure101, and with all the hype about OSGi lately, we decided to lift the lid… Read more »