srcML

srcML

noun  |  src·M·L  |  \sōrs-em-el\

1 : an infrastructure for the exploration, analysis, and manipulation of source code.

2 : an XML format for source code.

3 : a lightweight, highly scalable, robust, multi-language parsing tool to convert source code into srcML.

4 : a free software application licensed under GPL.

srcML is supported in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation (CNS 13-05292/05217) and is directed by Principal Investigators Dr. Michael L. Collard and Dr. Jonathan I. Maletic. The four year grant (July 2013 - June 2017) is for the enhancement and maintenance of srcML. The goal is to provide a more robust research infrastucture for the exploration, analysis, and manipulation of large scale software systems.

srcML Beta v0.9.5

The latest release - installers and executables. All downloads include the srcml command line interface client and the libsrcml library.

Windows 64-bit 32-bit

Windows 10 | 8 | 7 | Vista

macOS 64-bit 32-bit

El Capitan

Yosemite

Mavericks

Linux 64-bit 32-bit

Fedora 20

Fedora 21

Mint 13

Mint 17

Mint 17.1

Ubuntu 12.04

Ubuntu 14.04

openSUSE 13.1

openSUSE 13.2

Source Code Release

srcML 0.9.5 Source Code

The README and changelog are also available. Older versions of srcML are available as previous releases.

srcML Tools

Additional srcML-based tools are available at srcML Tools