JavaMOP 2.2

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Special:LogicRepository2.2MOP LogicRepository

FSM

ERE

CFG

PTLTL

LTL

PTCaRet

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JavaMOP

JavaFSM

JavaERE

JavaCFG

JavaPTLTL

JavaLTL

JavaPTCaRet

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BusMOP

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Download
javamop2.2.0.jar
All versions HERE

Prerequisites
JDK(Java Development Platform) (6 or later)
AspectJ (1.5.x or later)


JavaMOP is an instance of MOP for Java. HERE you can find our JavaMOP papers and HERE you can find the JavaMOP manual. Below you can run JavaMOP online. If you seek further help or if you want to report a bug, please send us a message at mop@cs.uiuc.edu or visit MOP Bugzilla. If interested in JavaMOP's performance, click HERE.

Run JavaMOP Online

Enter your specification or choose (and modify) one example from the menu - provided examples are also reachable from the individual JavaMOP plugin pages, via the MOP matrix above. Click Run to run JavaMOP. The generated monitor can be compiled using any AspectJ compiler; HERE are instructions on how to do it (must read it if you want to compile the generated aspect monitor!).


Choose an example:
  • CFG
    • HasNext
    • SafeFile
    • SafeFileWriter
  • ERE
    • HasNext
    • HasNext2
    • HashSet
    • SafeEnum
    • SafeFileWriter
    • SafeSyncCollection
    • SafeSyncMap
    • UnsafeIterator
    • UnsafeMapIterator
  • FSM
    • HasNext
    • HasNext2
    • HashSet
    • SafeEnum
    • SafeFile
    • SafeSyncCollection
    • SafeSyncMap
    • UnsafeIterator
    • UnsafeMapIterator
  • LTL
    • HasNext
    • SafeEnum
    • SafeFileWriter
    • SafeIterator
    • SafeMapIterator
  • PTCaRet
    • SafeFile
  • PTLTL
    • HasNext
    • HasNext2
 

The desired name of the generated monitor aspect will be MonitorAspect

Please press the Run button once and wait; it may take a few seconds to run JavaMOP; the execution of JavaMOP using this web interface is limited to 2 minutes of CPU time and 500 MB of RAM.

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