eric.bodden at mail.mcgill.ca
Mon Feb 25 10:27:40 EST 2008
Sure, we do whole-program analysis on programs with 500.000 lines of code.
4722 sounds normal to me. I am not sure what fraction of this number
is actually executed at runtime, but I guess some hundred methods are
executed at least.
On 25/02/2008, Khilan Gudka <khilan.gudka at imperial.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Has anyone been successful in doing a whole-program analysis for a
> Java program containing calls to System.out.println? There appear to
> be 4722 methods reachable from it. Does this sound right? I'm
> currently using Spark to generate the call graph.
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