spdiff is a tool for automatic inference of high level specifications of program changes.
The tool is part tbe Coccinelle-project. The main web-page is here: Coccinelle.
You can also contact us: email@example.com.
We're now more open
The source for
spdiff is now available in a
git-repository at github.
You should be able to find it here:http://github.com/jespera/spdiff/
Go ahead and fork it, report issues, suggest improvements/ideas, etc.
New minor release.
In this new version I have added a local copy of Coccinelle because spdiff needs an older version than what is available online.
In the future this will change so that a local copy is not needed.
Also this release should be more easy to compile. Instructions have been added to the "Installation" section: Install .
The source code is now available for download!
By an infortunate mishap, I accidentially overwrote the 32 bit binary previously provided with a 64 bit while updating the documentation a little!
New binaries as well as the actual source code will be provided Monday (23th).
Sorry for any inconvenience.
We are currently in the process of updating these
pages. Stay tuned for more details on what
spdiff can do.
A new and improved version of the tool is available. Direct download link: spdiff.opt.
Documentation will follow shortly. The main differences to previous versions are:
- Inference of semantic patches is now possible.
- The mechanism for abstracting terms have been changed into something more clever.
Notes about unparsing added to the documentation.
Updates to manual and binary version of tool available.