GSoC 2015

Lasse Schuirmann edited this page May 8, 2016 · 2 revisions

Google Summer of Code 2015 (under GNOME)

The following projects happened:

Gedit code-analysis plugin using coala

  • Student: @AbdealiJK
  • Mentor: @sils1297

The aim of the project is to make a plugin for gedit which can do static analysis on code and make these visible to the user (and if possible, auto-correct). coala, the code-analysis application provides a framework for static analysis along with modularized analyzers called bears. In the project, coala will be extended to support dbus outputs and gedit-code-assistance will be configured to allow coala as an additional backend.

GNOME GUI for coala

  • Student: @Udayan12167
  • Mentor: @sils1297

“coala is a simple COde AnaLysis Application. Its goal is to make static code analysis easy while remaining completely modular and therefore extendable and language independent”. The goal of my proposal is to implement a GUI for coala and presents an easy to use interface to the user. It has the ability to make coala configuration files to trigger runs using them. It will also show the logs. It will be implemented using PyGTK3.

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