[Soot-list] Undeterministic processing order
dmohr at cs.unm.edu
Wed Oct 21 11:25:22 EDT 2009
On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 9:17 AM, Patrick Lam <plam at sable.mcgill.ca> wrote:
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> I'll bet that Soot puts classes into a non-list data structure that
> doesn't preserve order.
Ah that makes sense.
It is annoying when hunting bugs though, because if you rerun Soot
after fixing something, you might encounter some other bug first.
> David Mohr wrote:
>> I've noticed that soot processes classes in some seemingly random
>> order. At the very least, it's not always the same for identical
>> invocations of Soot. Is there a particular reason for this behavior?
>> Soot-list mailing list
>> Soot-list at sable.mcgill.ca
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