- Margaret-Anne Storey
- Chris Callendar
Creole is an Eclipse plug-in that uses SHriMP to allow you to explore your Java code visually. You can see your code’s structure and the links (i.e. references, accesses, etc.) between its different pieces.
Creole was developed with support from the Consortium for Software Engineering (CSER). Creole relies on the JavaDB fact extractor from the Software Practices Lab at the University of British Columbia. This fact extractor was built as part of the FEAT project by Martin Robillard and Jason Xu. Creole also uses the Piccolo zooming library developed by the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland.