Re: [abc-users] single statement match

From: Amjad Nusayr <>
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 07:16:14 -0600

Umm, it seems that this would take me some time if I'm to do it. Could
you tell me your approach on how your going to do it.
It seems that there should be some analysis on the generated IR in this


Eric Bodden wrote:
>> I would be happy if you can give me some pointers on how to create one. I
>> can use it as a part of my thesis.
> Well, that's not that easy, actually. The problem is that certainly
> you don't want a pointcut that matches *every* statement because that
> would be kind of pointless. Instead, I guess, you want a pointcut that
> is generic in the sense that it can take a certain pattern and that
> pattern is matched against the statement, so that you can filter out
> certain *kinds* of statements (e.g. all assignments to local
> variables). Coming up with such a pattern language is highly
> non-trivial and it's certainly nothing you can do in a day or two. I
> am currently working on something along these lines but it will take
> some time to get this right.
>> by the way, do you have the source code for the arrayPT extension, it seems
>> that the web site is not working.
> It should be in the extension abc.eaj in the abc source code. The
> website's working fine for me.
> Eric
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