There are many facets of programming that aren't that complicated. Most time spent
coding is repetitive and pretty boring. Are there ways we can skip past the
repetitive parts of a coding project and only look at code that requires real
thought? And, could we use a tool that automates tasks outside of the
domain for which the program was originally designed for, not just software development?
SpiritCodeGenUML - With the power of XMI and EMF,
use this tool for forward and reverse engineering. Integrate
with other tools like ArgoUML and PoseidonUML.
Requirements(as of 7/2/2004) :
* JavaVM 1.4.x (from java.sun.com)
* (optional)ANT 1.5+ (from ant.apache.org)
* (optional)MySQL Java Connector (3.0.x+)
* This software should run on Windows or Linux
Visit the download page for mroe information on installing this project.
Also, here are some more snapshots and walkthroughs of the system being used, Spirit-Page.
(note: dont be fooled, the current version is still just a bot with simple responses, but library allows for growth)
Also see the java-code-generation project.
Audio based description of the Project - About.ogg ;; About.mp3
Applications.ogg ;; Applications.mp3
This irc based bot started from PIRC-bot and will focus
on generating code using chat. The pros of this project include the fact that IRC is an easy
protocol to get into. It is chat, it is simple. All that is needed to start the application
requires running the 'ant' build tool and runnning it. There is not a lot of configuration
required. The cons include, bots typically are not very smart, and AI is still beyond my scope.
Currently this bot is a really small script interface. You can only interface with the bot
through one word commands.
Like other projects on the internet, this project may grow, it may not.
IRC - bot
JBOSS based servlet interface
Next AI challenge will including interfacing neural networks and markov chains
Basically, what is the best way to respond to a command?
It would be nice to implement bot spying, via a Social Network, see
Jibbler's PIRC bot, shakespeare social network.
- Berlin Brown 2004
Language modules are being added, main commands are in french. Ideally,
I will use a combination of french, spanish, and english.
Note: - To add to the confusion, you can download spiritbot from the dev.java.net website.
Also visit the Sourceforge summary page.
Take that Japan!
- from blogger.com