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Split repository into multiple repositories #66

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vinayaugustine opened this Issue Nov 13, 2015 · 0 comments

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commented Nov 13, 2015

The SrcML.NET repository is currently organized as a single solution with a number of different sub-projects. The projects range from core libraries (ABB.SrcML and ABB.SrcML.Data), to tools (Src2SrcMLPreview), to visual studio integration (the program transformation VS addin and the SrcML Service VSIX package). The problem with this layout is that it makes it very difficult to on-board new project members. In particular, including the Visual Studio libraries means that we need to have VS 2010, 2012, & 2013 installed along with their respective VS SDKs. This is incredibly frustrating for someone who just wants to work on one of the core libraries or standalone tools. The solution is to split the monolithic solution into many different solutions. There will be a few different repositories:

  • The main ABB.SrcML repository will have the core library (ABB.SrcML) and associated test libraries. It will also include ABB.SrcML.Data and the command line runner for generating srcML archives. This limited set of core projects means that we can start thinking about making SrcML.NET platform independent (Linux/Mac support via Mono).
  • The Src2SrcMLPreview tool is a small GUI tool that allows users to visualize how srcML for a source code snippet is structured. While I would like to package this with the "core" repository, I believe platform independence is a more important goal.
  • The Visual Studio projects will each get their own solution: the SrcML service (and associated test projects) and the program transformation add-in.
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