JPlag | Token-Based Software Plagiarism Detection | Code Analyzer library

 by   jplag Java Version: 4.3.0 License: GPL-3.0

kandi X-RAY | JPlag Summary

kandi X-RAY | JPlag Summary

JPlag is a Java library typically used in Code Quality, Code Analyzer applications. JPlag has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.

Token-Based Software Plagiarism Detection

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              JPlag has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 791 star(s) with 251 fork(s). There are 23 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 33 open issues and 176 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 263 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of JPlag is 4.3.0

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              JPlag has no bugs reported.

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              JPlag has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              JPlag is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
              Strong Copyleft licenses enforce sharing, and you can use them when creating open source projects.

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              JPlag releases are available to install and integrate.
              Deployable package is available in Maven.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.

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            JPlag Examples and Code Snippets

            D3 Map XML Polygon ids to JSON data
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            d3.selectAll("svg polygon")
            d3.selectAll("svg polygon, svg path")
            const data = [
              { "id": "polygon5256", "value": 39.5 }, // roof
              { "id": "pol
            Rank a Set of Values in Pine Editor TradingView
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            indicator("My script", overlay = true)
            //create EMA lines 
            ema1 = ta.ema(close, 50) 
            ema2 = ta.ema(close, 100) 
            ema3 = ta.ema(close, 200)
            // color of each EMA lines 
            ema1_color = color.purple 
            ema2_color = color.yellow 
            How to simplify java route in mac terminal
            Javadot img3Lines of Code : 6dot img3License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            java -cp ~/eclipse-workspace/bin/test example
            # or - depends on that package stuff
            java -cp ~/eclipse-workspace/bin test.example
            java -cp ~/eclipse-workspace/bin:'~/eclipse-workspace/lib/*' test.example
            Accessing outer block variables from within a nested block
            Lines of Code : 48dot img4License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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              test_variable text DEFAULT 'test';
                RAISE NOTICE '%',test_variable;
                    test_variable text := 'inner test';
                    RAISE NOTICE '%',test_variable;
                    RAISE NOTICE '%', oute
            How to check if an element has 'any' value Cypress?
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            // this will check all td's will have any text
            // here is regex example
            cy.contains('td', /\w/g).should('be.visible')
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            Function f1 = String::toUpperCase;
            Function f2 = text -> text.replaceAll("somethext", "s*****");
            Function f3 = text -> text.replaceAll("\\p{Punct}", "&");
            Function combined = f1.andThen(f2).andThen(f3);
            How can i replace a db name using variable in snowflake?
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            create table test.test.db1(id number);
            set db_name = 'test.test.db1';
            insert into test.test.db1 values (1),(2),(3);
            select id
            from identifier ($db_name);
            select id
            from identifier ($just_
            xmlstarlet add element with namespace and attributes
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            xmlstarlet edit \
              -s '/levela/levelb' -t elem -n 'xi:input' \
              -s '$prev' -t attr -n 'href' -v 'aHref' \
            printf '' |
            xmlstarlet edit --omit-decl \
              -s '*' -t elem -n 'undeclared:qname' -v 'x' \
              -s '*
            Show trailing icon after text input from user in TextField Jetpack Compose
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            var text by remember { mutableStateOf("") }
            val trailingIconView = @Composable {
                    onClick = {
                        text = ""
                ) {
                        contentDescription = "
            Google Translate API: Enable word conversion
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            // Imports the Google Cloud client library
            const {Translate} = require('@google-cloud/translate').v2;
            // Creates a client
            const translate = new Translate();
             const text = ['sunfish', 'DOG'];
             const target = 'he';
            async function translat

            Community Discussions


            Rust duplicated use statements
            Asked 2022-Mar-23 at 13:43

            Firt of all, I am a total begginner in Rust, I started to use a code analyzer (Mega-Linter) and it made me realize how much I duplicated the same "use" statements in my submodules. Here what my source file tree looks like :



            Answered 2022-Mar-23 at 13:43

            You can create a ui_prelude module that contains the use statements as pub use, and then do just use ui_prelude::* in your modules:



            Specific Requirements for custom Roslyn Code Analyzer to run in live analysis?
            Asked 2022-Mar-18 at 12:46

            I've got a Roslyn based Code Analyzer and Codefix. When directly creating the ReportDiagnostic from an AnalyzerCodeBlock, they would show up in live analysis (Problems in Jetbrains Rider).

            However, it needs to parse additional data from the solution to build a dependency tree to make the decision. So now it works like this:



            Answered 2022-Mar-18 at 12:46

            CompilationStart isn't a problem. It doesn't cause an analyzer to be build-only. However, CompilationEnd is the problem. They're build only, and also their associated code fixes won't show in the IDE. This is for performance reasons.

            Related discussion:



            storing all function body from txt file in dictionary in python
            Asked 2022-Mar-07 at 01:31

            I'm trying to do code analyzer app and i have a txt file that contains a python code and my goal now is to save all functions in this txt file in dictionary in the class, but i don't have any idea how can i do it

            at first i create class that name is class CodeAnalyzer:



            Answered 2022-Mar-07 at 01:31

            You can just use exec() with it's globals() dict set to your class instance's namespace.



            PHP 7.4+ class property typing
            Asked 2022-Feb-09 at 14:23

            I'm sure that question has been asked numerous times but I can't seem to find a good/satisfying answer so please bear with me.

            Using PHP 7.4+, I tend to type everything I can. But I have some problems with Doctrine entities properties.

            If I type everything correctly, I usually get a lot of errors like this one.

            Typed property App\Entity\User::$createdAt must not be accessed before initialization

            A code sample for that type of error would look something like this



            Answered 2022-Feb-09 at 14:23

            I'm not sure if this is a bad practice, but it turned out I only had to remove that check from phpstan configuration.



            MS Word Online add-in: How to detect focus?
            Asked 2021-Nov-30 at 10:26

            In developing a Microsoft Word Online add-in, my team needs to detect focus being gained/regained by the document (ETA: to trigger other functionality which depends on this knowledge). It appears that Microsoft has tightly locked down scriptability in this context--all window.on* functions are replaced by null, all error-handling code is deeply obfuscated, etc. Our efforts so far have been frustrated.

            Simply setting window.onfocus to a new function causes the add-in to not load correctly, likely because it's triggering a code analyzer as unsafe, but hard to tell.

            There is also nothing in the Microsoft Word Online JavaScript API which directly provides this functionality. Scripts can detect when the document selection has changed easily with a provided method, but that seems to be about it for documented functionality in this area. (Obviously simply sensing document changes will not work.)

            What's the best approach to sensing document and/or window focus in this situation? Thank you.



            Answered 2021-Nov-30 at 10:26

            The document.onvisibilitychange event can be used as a rough approximation of the required functionality.



            Viewing all 'suggestions' in a solution
            Asked 2021-Nov-08 at 15:47

            Newbie question, I've just switched from Visual Studio to Rider, so I'm still trying to get my bearings.

            Trying to use the code analyzers and see the suggestions for the entire solution.
            The errors/warnings I can see in the 'Errors In Solution' window but the suggestions are not listed there. Can I add them to that list somehow?, or is there a different window?

            Edit: It's not just the Roslyn analyzers, for example a spelling mistake shows up highlighted in the source as as 'suggestion'.
            When opening the 'Errors in Solution' I would have expected those to also be there but they aren't.



            Answered 2021-Nov-08 at 11:42

            You should just need to enable them.

            See Rider Roslyn Analyzers settings for the docs.



            Webpack plugin API: getting source maps for a module during parsing
            Asked 2021-Nov-03 at 23:17

            I'm writing a code analyzer. My analyzer uses Webpack's JavaScriptParser hooks. I need to output an error message, but the line number from node.loc is off because a loader has transformed the source code. So I want to feed the error message through a source map before logging it.



            Answered 2021-Oct-29 at 15:06

            I figured it out by reading the Webpack source code. The function I needed was module.originalSource().



            how to append one element to a GNU bash array variable and use that array variable as arguments to an ELF executable
            Asked 2021-Sep-20 at 08:39

            In the Bismon static source code analyzer (GPLv3+ licensed, git commit 49dd1bd232854a) for embedded C and C++ code (using a plugin for GCC 10 straight compiler on Debian bookworm for x86-64) I have a test Bash script Hello-World-Analyze which uses a GNU array variable bismon_hello_args.

            That variable is declared (at line 56) using:



            Answered 2021-Sep-20 at 08:39

            Merely += adds a string to an existing string. You probably want bismon_hello_args+=("$f");; (notice also the quotes). To call the program, use ./bismon "${bismon_hello_args[@]}" & (notice the quotes, again).

            The syntax to use an array variable is different than the syntax for simple scalars. This syntax was inherited from ksh, which in turn needed to find a way to introduce new behavior without sacrificing compatibility with existing Bourne shell scripts.

            Without the array modifiers, Bash simply accesses the first element of the array. (This confuses beginners and experienced practitioners alike.)



            Invoke method of analyzed assembly from a Roslyn Code Analyzer
            Asked 2021-Aug-30 at 18:04

            I have a C# roslyn code analyzer that needs to analyze the usage scenarios of generic method invocations of a given class. I am gathering all the references to the method, the generic type parameters and so forth and then want to invoke the methods (via reflection) to analyze the output to report potential diagnostics in the analyzer. Is there a way from a Roslyn-Compilation.Assembly to a System.Reflection.Assembly? If not, is there any other way?

            The Analyzer project and the solution to be analyzed are under my control.




            Answered 2021-Aug-30 at 18:04

            You can't do this: when your analyzer is running we haven't actually built the assembly yet. Furthermore, there's no guarantee your built thing can actually run. If I'm using a Windows machine to say build a project that only runs on Linux...that won't work well.



            Autosar standard-compilant way to use regex
            Asked 2021-Aug-05 at 17:28

            I need to parse URI-like string. This URI is specific to the project and corresponds to "scheme://path/to/file", where path should be a syntactically correct path to file from filesystem point of view. For this purpose std::regex was used with pattern R"(^(r[o|w])\:\/\/(((?!\$|\~|\.{2,}|\/$).)+)$)".

            It works fine but code analyzer complies that it is not compliant as $ character is not belong to the C++ Language Standard basic source character set:

            AUTOSAR C++14 A2-3-1 (Required) Only those characters specified in the C++ Language Standard basic source character set shall be used in the source code.

            Exception to this rule (according to Autosar Guidelines):

            It is permitted to use other characters inside the text of a wide string and a UTF-8 encoded string literal.

            wchar_t is prohibited by other rule, although it works with UTF-8 string (but it looks ugly and unreadable in the code, also I'm afraid it is not safe).

            Could someone help me with workaround or std::regex here is not the best solution, then what would be better?

            Are any other drawbacks of using UTF-8 string literal?

            P.S. I need $ to be sure (on parsing phase) that path is not a directory and that it is not contain none of /../, ~, $ , so I can't just skip it.



            Answered 2021-Aug-05 at 17:28

            I feel like making the code worse for the sake of satisfying an analyser is counterproductive and most likely violates the spirit of the guidelines, so I'm intentionally ignoring ways to address the problem that would involve building the regex string in a convoluted manner, since what you did is the best way to build such a regex string.

            Could someone help me with workaround or std::regex here is not the best solution, then what would be better?

            Option A: Write a simple validation function:

            I'm actually surprised that such strict guidelines even allow regexes in the first place. They are notoriously hard to audit, debug, and maintain.

            You could easily express the same logic with actual code, which would not only satisfy the analyser, but be more aligned with the spirit of the guidelines. On top of that it'll compile faster and probably run faster as well.

            Something along these rough lines, based on a cursory reading of your regex. (please don't just use this without running it through a battery of tests, I sure didn't):


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            You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
            You can use JPlag like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the JPlag component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer For Gradle installation, please refer .


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