Does It Make Sense to have Application-specific Code Conventions as a Complementary Approach to Code Annotations?
Code annotations are extensively used by Java developers, especially in enterprise frameworks and APIs such as Spring and Java EE. These annotations are sometimes repeated in different code elements, that frequently share some similarities. The goal of this paper is to evaluate whether a real-world system could use code convention as a means to avoid replicating code annotations. We conducted a study on the software used for the EMBRACE Space Weather program at INPE to search for similarities.
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Daniele BonettaOracle LabsDOI
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Rodrigo TeixeiraINPE - National Institute for Space Research, Eduardo GuerraINPE - National Institute for Space Research, Phyllipe LimaINPE - National Institute for Space Research, Paulo MeirellesFederal University of São Paulo, Fabio KonUniversity of São PauloDOI