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From neerajsangal <>
Subject Re: Continuum architecture management
Date Fri, 31 Jul 2009 18:15:02 GMT

As somebody from Lattix, we will be happy to provide you with a license.
Lattix will allow you to analyze your system and will also let you make
changes to it to see the impact of those changes. Emmanuel, I appreciate
your perspective; I will be happy to do a demonstration for you over the web
and hear what you don't like about Lattix.

Neeraj Sangal

Emmanuel Venisse-2 wrote:
> It is a good thing to analyze the architecture and if possible to
> automated
> it.
> other tools are:
> - Latttix but it seems to be very poor
> - xdepend, this tool seems to be very good but I'm not sure it generate
> architecture diagram
> We can get a free license for each of them.
> Emmanuel
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 5:14 PM, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
>> Since we're talking about making architectural changes, I wonder how
>> close we really are to the "now" diagram on
>> ?
>> I tried looking at Continuum with Structure101 late last year, but
>> didn't get very far because the packages are still split between
>> org.apache.maven.continuum and org.apache.continuum.  What I _could_
>> see tells me that we have a some dependencies between modules that
>> really shouldn't be allowed to talk to each other. :)
>> Recently I've been trying this again with SonarJ, which the nice folks
>> at Hello2morrow have provided a license for.  With this tool, you
>> define your own layers and  rules about which layers are allowed to
>> communicate, and then it shows you where the dependencies are.
>> I would really like to define the new architecture and use automated
>> tools to make sure we adhere to it (or at least know when we aren't).
>> Thoughts on this in general?  Any other tools we should evaluate?
>> --
>> Wendy

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