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Title

Make SSLR natively support regular expressions by automatically converting them into parsing expression for SSLR PEG virtual machine

Keywords

PEG, Java, Parser, Lexer

Description

SSLR is a lightweight Java library which provides all the required material to analyse any piece of source code. This library is used by almost of Sonar language plugins: Java, C#, Cobol, Python, Flex, Javascript, ... SSLR still uses standard java API to lex the source code based on regular expressions and the goal of this project is to also based this lexing on this internal SSLR PEG virtual machine.

Mentor(s)

Evgeny Mandrikov

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Title

Build a new set of HTML5 Visualization components based on D3.js

Keywords

HTML5, Javascript, CSS

Description

D3.js is an awsome but low level javascript library to build any kind of HTML5 visualization components. The goal of this project is to build some highly level and sexy visualization components based on D3.js like TreeMap, BubbleChart, TimeLine, ..

Mentor(s)

Simon Brandhof and Freddy Mallet

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Title

Implement a Sonar Wallboard

Keywords

Report, Wallboard, Widgets, Java, HTML5

Description

Sonar is well-known for its user-friendly interface but doesn't yet provide any mechanism to configure and display a Wallboard.

Mentor(s)

Simon Brandhof

Constraint

Reuse the Sonar widget/dashboard mechanism

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