A Metrics Tool for Multi-language Software

@inproceedings{Linos2007AMT,
  title={A Metrics Tool for Multi-language Software},
  author={Panos Linos and Whitney Lucas},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper, we present a prototype tool that automates the process of detecting, gathering and visualizing multi-language software metrics at an intermediate-language level. More specifically, the current version of our tool focuses on code written using the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET software development environment. It facilitates the process of locating and extracting software metrics found at the MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) level. We illustrate the basic functionality of our… CONTINUE READING
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