From Public to Private to Absent: Refactoring Java Programs under Constrained Accessibility

@inproceedings{Steimann2009FromPT,
  title={From Public to Private to Absent: Refactoring Java Programs under Constrained Accessibility},
  author={Friedrich Steimann and Andreas Thies},
  booktitle={ECOOP},
  year={2009}
}
Contemporary refactoring tools for JAVA aiding in the restructuring of programs have problems with respecting access modifiers such as public and private: while some tools provide hints that referenced elements may become inaccessible due to the intended restructuring, none we have tested prevent changes that alter the meaning of a program, and none take steps that counteract such alterations. To address these problems, we formalize accessibility in JAVA as a set of constraint rules, and show… CONTINUE READING
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