InSynth is a tool for interactive synthesis of code snippets. It synthesizes a ranked list of code fragments that use given library functions.
A recent version is presented in the following paper:
These techniques are used in this framework for synthesis and verification of recursive functional programs.
InSynth2 represents the current version of the tool that can synthesize lambda expressions, and therefore solves the (quantitative) type inhabitation problem for lambda calculus with ground types and subtyping. It is deployed as a plugin contribution to the Eclipse Scala IDE.
The plugin was sucessfully integrated into the Scala IDE Ecosystem. To install InSynth, use the official Scala IDE update site(s) and the provided selection of plugins.
InSynth currently supports Scala 2.9.x and 2.10.x.
InSynth wiki page describes how to use and configure the tool.
Benchmarks used in the “Complete Completion using Types and Weights” paper can be found here.
Previous work on the tool and its integration with Eclipse can be found in this report.
You can download this version of InSynth from here.
You can find benchmarks used for evaluating the tool here.
Training data we use to build the corpus can be found here.