Richard Fanta

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In this paper, we describe restructuring of C code into new C++ classes. Such restructuring is done to facilitate both software reuse and software evolution. The restructuring is accomplished by restructuring tools and scenarios. We discuss the transformation tool-set and the design of the individual tools. The approach is demonstrated on a case study. We(More)
In this paper we discus the elimination of function and class clones from industrial object-oriented code. Clone removal can decrease code size and facilitate maintenance. We eliminate clones by reengineering scenarios that are based on automated restructuring tools. The paper presents examples of clones, reengineering scenarios, and restructuring tools.(More)
In this paper, we describe the reengineering of a deteriorated object-oriented industrial program written in C++. The main problem of the program was misplaced code, most often functions that were members of the wrong class. In order to deal with this problem, we designed and implemented several restructuring tools and used them in specific reengineering(More)
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