An Extensible System for Source Code Analysis

@article{Canfora1998AnES,
  title={An Extensible System for Source Code Analysis},
  author={Gerardo Canfora and Aniello Cimitile and Ugo de Carlini and Andrea De Lucia},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={721-740}
}
Constructing code analyzers may be costly and error prone if inadequate technologies and tools are used. If they are written in a conventional programming language, for instance, several thousand lines of code may be required even for relatively simple analyses. One way of facilitating the development of code analyzers is to define a very high-level domain-oriented language and implement an application generator that creates the analyzers from the specification of the analyses they are intended… CONTINUE READING
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