2014 Software Evolution Week --- IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering, and Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE), February 3-6, 2014, Antwerp, Belgium

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Tool Demonstrations 2
Tool Demonstrations
Willem Elsschotzaal, Chairs: Thomas Fritz and Jurgen Vinju
PHP AiR: Analyzing PHP Systems with Rascal
Mark Hills and Paul Klint
(East Carolina University, USA; CWI, Netherlands; INRIA, France)
Supplementary Material
Abstract: PHP is currently one of the most popular programming languages, widely used in both the open source community and in industry to build large web-focused applications and application frameworks. To provide a solid framework for working with large PHP systems in areas such as evaluating how language features are used, studying how PHP systems evolve, program analysis for refactoring and security validation, and software metrics, we have developed PHP AiR, a framework for PHP Analysis in Rascal. Here we briefly describe features available in PHP AiR, integration with the Eclipse PHP Development Tools, and usage scenarios in program analysis, metrics, and empirical software engineering.


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