Chanchal | 19 Feb 05:51 2011
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QMOOD or alternatives?

Can anyone pls suggest where I can get QMOOD? Or any alternatives?

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Thanks,
Chanchal

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Roy C. K. | 18 Feb 06:15 2011
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Re:QMOOD tool?

Can anyone pls suggest where we can get the QMOOD tool? Or any alternatives?
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Thanks,Chanchal

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jamespaul007 | 24 Feb 17:11 2011
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Help required for a research study at MIT

Hi,

I am a student at MIT, researching on the relationship between product architecture and maintenance
costs. I am looking for a few projects in the open source domain where there have been some refactoring.
Essentially, I am looking for the code base and defect/effort data, pre and post refactoring.

Could you please help me by suggesting projects that you might have heard about any refactoring efforts or
guide me to people/forums who can help me?

Thanks

James

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topojoy biswas | 24 Feb 18:02 2011
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Re: Help required for a research study at MIT

Given agile development methodology many a projects look at re-factoring as
their key process of design evolution.

Recently I was developing plugins in rich client platform given by he
eclipse project and saw a trend there which is pretty common. They go ahead
with their initial understanding of interfaces and then if that idea
extends, they create interface2, interface3 for the same functionality base.
Separate set of holders/enabler classes which utilize the new interfaces.
Perhaps they wanted a way out of changing interfaces so they went that way.

That could be an interesting thing to study as to how that pattern performs.

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There are days when solitude is a heady wine that intoxicates you with
freedom, others when it is a bitter tonic, and still others when it is a
poison that makes you beat your head against the wall.  ~Colette

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