Hammurapi (software)

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Hammurapi is a static analysis tool for identifying potential problems in source code and collecting metrics. The tool's architecture allows to analyze source files written in different programming languages. As of version 5.6.0 only Java is supported. There are 88 out-of-the-box Java inspectors.

The tool was named after Hammurabi, the father of written laws.

Hammurapi uses visitor pattern and a forward chaining inference engine - Hammurapi Rules to analyze code and report potential problems and metrics.


Hammurapi can be used as a plugin for Eclipse, Ant task, or be embedded in a Java application.

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