[Soot-list] Construction of CFG isn't it a built-in functions of SOOT?
eric.bodden at ec-spride.de
Thu Apr 19 04:34:30 EDT 2012
Yes, Soot supports this out of the box. Maybe you should rather ask
Nasko Rountev about why he poses this as an exercise :-)
On 19 April 2012 06:56, Z <zell08v at orange.fr> wrote:
> Excuse me for my superficial question, but I feel confused when I am trying
> to understand SOOT by doing this mini-project:
> This project asks student to construct a control flow graph for each method
> of the program JLex. However, when I peek into some soot API like
> ClassicCompleteGraph, or UnitGraph, I find plenty of built-in classes that
> construct various different kinds of CFG.
> Besides, in Survivor's Guide from page 43, the authors wrote a section to
> tell how to construct CFG from scratch, but as I mentioned above, built-in
> functions exist already in Soot libraries, don't they??
> Am I misunderstanding something here? Would you like to clarify a bit? I
> just cannot understand reasons to re-invent the wheels. Thanks.
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