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  Managing Your Dependencies with JDepend
Subject:   Pasta, anyone?
Date:   2004-05-10 06:55:22
From:   stinkyminky
Response to: Pasta, anyone?

I have used both Pasta and JDepend. I like Pasta because it gives you nice GUI interface to see the dependencies among packages. However, they are *NO* longer free version to download. I don't know if I have old copy of download because I got a new computer. So I guess I'm stuck with JDedend.
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  • Pasta, anyone?
    2004-05-10 07:07:05  stinkyminky [View]

    I got a new info after digging PAST website.

    The following is from PASTA website

    <pasta>
    Free Edition

    A free edition of the Package Structure Analysis Tool is no longer available for download. This edition is fully functional, except that the functionality to refactor the source has been disabled. A full version is part of the OptimalJ suite.
    </pasta>

    However, PASTA has been superceed by "OptimalAdvisor"

    http://javacentral.compuware.com/pasta/whatisnew.htm

    There is a free version of OptimalAdvisor. I have not tried it yet but I will try the latest version as soon as my registration goes through.