JMetric aims to bring current OO-metrics, and metrics tools research to the practitioner. The project was started in April 1998 as part of ongoing research into metrics tools. The development team had found that there had been very few good metrics collection and analysis tools available for object oriented languages. This was the start of the development of a fully functional metrics tool for an object oriented programming language.
JMetric was developed to support metrics for the java programming language. JMetric is the outcome of ongoing research being conducted in the School of Information Technology at Swinburne University of Technology. JMetric is a fully functional metrics tool but continues to change as the research unfolds.
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