Given a folder full of Eclipse plugins projects and features projects, generates a dot dependency graph by reading all the OSGI
MANIFEST.MF files and the Eclipse
feature.xml files of a set of folders.
Usage: java -jar pdedependencies2dot-1.0-shaded.jar [options...] <folder1,folder2,...> Arguments and options: folder1,folder2,... : List of folders recursively containing plugins and features. --allowedPrefixes=STRING : List of allowed prefixes. If given, a found plugin/feature is not taken into account if its id doesn't match one of these prefixes. (default: org.eclipse.gemoc) --alwaysPrint : If set, the output is printed even if an output file is given. --colorSeed=N : Seed for the color randomizer. Each seed is a completely different color set. (default: 12) --excludedFilePatterns=STRING : List of glob patterns (e.g **/badfolder/**). If given, a found plugin/feature is not taken into account if its file path matches one of these patterns --filteredPrefixes=STRING : List of forbidden prefixes. If given, a found plugin/feature is not taken into account if its id matches one of these prefixes. --hideExternal : If set, external dependencies/reference s for which no MANIFEST.MF/plugin.xml was found are not displayed. --orientation=[horizontal | vertical] : Sets the overall shape of the graph. (default: horizontal) --outputFile=FILE : Path to the output file. If given, will write into this file instead of printing to the console. (default: /tmp/mygraph.dot)
Compiling & Using
$ git clone https://github.com/diverse-project/pdedependencies2dot.git $ cd pdedependencies2dot $ mvn package
That should produce
target/pdedependencies2dot-1.0-shaded.jar, which is executable and contains all dependencies.
To use it:
$ java -jar target/pdedependencies2dot-1.0-shaded.jar --allowedPrefixes=org.company --filteredPrefixes=org.eclipse --outputFile=/tmp/mygraph.dot /my/development/folder
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