Sapid Home Page
APIs for CASE tool
Sapid Home Page written in Japanese
in order to get full information.
Sapid (Sophisticated APIs for CASE tool Development) is CASE tool platform
based on a fine grained software
repository. We proposed and developed Sapid in order to reduce
tedious jobs: making lexical scanner, parser and/or dependency
analyzer in CASE tools.
Since Sapid provides primitive functions which are inevitable to
construct CASE tools, CASE tool developers can concentrate on the main
features of their tools.
The current version of Sapid works with source program in the C
There are two ways to get and run Sapid on your system.
You can get the Sapid source and compile it on your system. You need an
ANSI C compiler and imake command (shipped with X Window System) to
do so. See the installation instructions
(INSTALL.html, unfortunately written in Japanese)
for exact requirements and more details.
The Sapid source (2.9 MB; tarred and gzipped format) is available
from the Sapid home page.
Not released yet.
Documents describing the Sapid project are available on the Web from
Sapid is free software, protected by the GNU general public license
version 2. It is actively maintained by the Sapid project team at
Dept. of Information Engineering, Nagoya Univ., Japan.
Agusa Lab. Home Page
Yamamoto Lab. Home Page