LZI - Schloss Dagstuhl - Talks + Materials of Seminar 14211
Seminar 14211 The Future of Refactoring
Danny Dig (Oregon State University - Corvallis, US), William G. Griswold (University of California - San Diego, US), Emerson Murphy-Hill (North Carolina State University, US), Max Schaefer (Semmle Ltd. - Oxford, GB)
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Seminar Wide Materials
Discussion on 22 May
Discussion group on refactoring meta-tools
Don Batory , University of Texas - Austin
A Lite-Weight Refactoring Engine
Ira D. Baxter , Semantic Designs - Austin
Refactoring: Issues and Tooling
Andrew P. Black , Portland State University
IDEs are Ecosystems
Abstracts: Slides: Paper:
Rohit Gheyi , Universidade Federal - Campina Grande
Automated Testing of Refactoring Engines (Lightning talk)
Huiqing Li , University of Kent
Wrangler -- writing refactorings made easy
Kim Mens , University of Louvain
Preparations for Dagstuhl Seminar on Refactoring
Tom Mens , University of Mons
Domain-specific model refactoring - a case study with executable gestural interaction models
Challenges in software refactoring
Gustavo Soares , Universidade Federal - Campina Grande
Automated Testing of Refactoring Engines (Tutorial)
Peter Sommerlad , Hochschule für Technik - Rapperswil
The history of C++ Refactoring (for Eclipse CDT)
A brief history of Eclipse-based Refactorings by HSR (Lightning talk)
Volker Stolz , University of Oslo
Extract + Move = Bug
Simon J. Thompson , University of Kent
"Why should I trust your refactoring tool?"
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