Fuji: An Extensible Compiler for Feature-Oriented Programming in Java
Feature-oriented programming aims at the modularization of features in source code. A feature is a unit of functionality of a software system that satisfies a requirement, represents a design decision, and provides a potential configuration option. Implementing a feature on top of a base program involves the addition of new program elements and the extension and refinement of existing program elements. For example, the implementation of a transaction feature on top of a database system requires the addition of new program structures for representing transactions as well as the integration of transaction management code into the core database system. For more information on feature orientation we refer the interested reader to a survey paper.
Fuji is an extensible compiler that supports feature-oriented programming in Java. In contrast to other feature-oriented tools (e.g., the AHEAD Tool Suite and FeatureHouse, Fuji does not rely on a source-to-source transformation but is a fully-fledged compiler that produces standard Java bytecode. Technically, Fuji is based on the JastAdd Extensible Java Compiler and supports the full Java 7 standard.
git clone email@example.com:SergiyKolesnikov/fuji.git cd fuji git submodule init git submodule update cd FujiCompiler ant jar
fuji.jar will be created in the
fuji/FujiCompiler/build directory. See Fuji website for a small howto on usage and examples.
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