Analyzing Different Approaches to Integrating Handwritten and Generated Object-oriented Code

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Vortragende(r) Tim Schilpp
Vortragstyp Bachelorarbeit
Betreuer(in) Erik Burger
Termin Fr 31. März 2023
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Kurzfassung Generating source code from models is one of the major advantages of a model-driven development process but most of the time this generated code does not suffice and developers are still required to write code by hand. This leads to the question of how to best integrate handwritten and generated code.

Previous authors suggested a number of possible solutions to this problem of integrating handwritten and generated code but the possibilities to objectively compare these alternatives are still limited. Therefore we collected the different analysis criteria suggested by other authors as well as complemented them with additional criteria proposed by senior developers. We then applied these criteria to the possible integration approaches presented by previous authors to create an overview for developers to use when having to choose an integration approach for their model-driven project.

Applying the results of this analysis we chose the best-fitting integration approach for the development of a large industrial development project and found out that migrating to this suggested integration approach would improve the overall software quality regarding complexity, coupling, and cohesion.