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Gopinath Ranga
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Joined: May 09, 2008
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hi all,
i need a sofware to analyze the java project which is completed. that analyzer should be shows path or flows of the code(project),test cases,usages,etc..

anybody have know like this software...
please kindly reply...


thanks and regards<br /> <br />Gopi R.
Nicholas Jordan
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Jesper de Jong
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FindBugs is a good static analysis tool - it analyzes your source code to automatically find bugs or "dangerous" programming constructions.

Checkstyle is a tool to check if sourcecode adheres to a coding standard.

For Eclipse, there is the TPTP project which includes a profiler. It didn't work really well the last time I tried it, however.


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