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Is There a Mismatch Between Real-World Feature Models and Product-Line Research?

Artifact repository for the FSE2017 accepted paper "Is There a Mismatch Between Real-World Feature Models and Product-Line Research?". Authors: Alexander Knüppel, Thomas Thüm, Stephan Mennicke, Jens Meinicke, Ina Schaefer

Included are various tools for the analysis of real-world feature models with respect to their cross-tree constraints. See index.html for further details.

Many many thanks to Thorsten Berger for the FeatureIDE exporter.

TODO: add a more sophisticated guide (and possible tool chain) for the translation from KConfig and CDL to the FeatureIDE file format.

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  • Data/Output/

    Pre-generated evaluation statistics.

  • Data/LargeFeatureModels/

    Contains 127 large feature models in the FeatureIDE file format.

  • Data/LargeBasicFeatureModels/

    Contains 127 large feature models with only simple constraints in the FeatureIDE file format.

  • Source/ExpressivePowerFM/

    Java Eclipse project for calculating the number of software product lines that can be represented with n features.

  • Source/EmpericalEval/

    Java Eclipse project for generating all statistics that are presented in the paper.

  • Source/KConfigTranslator/

    Extended LVAT project by Steven She for converting KConfig (exconfig) files to the FeatureIDe file format.

  • Documentation/

    Assets and subpages for the documentation.

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