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dg - [LLVM Static Slicer] Dependence graph for programs

  •    C++

Dg is a library which implements dependence graphs for programs. It contains a set of generic templates that can be specialized to user's needs. Dg can be used for different analyses, optimizations or program slicing (we currently use it for the last one in our tool called Symbiotic: https://github.com/staticafi/symbiotic). As a part of dg, you can find pointer analyses, reaching definitions analysis and a static slicer for LLVM. Whole project is under developement and lacks documentation for now, so in the case of need, contact us by an e-mail (below).

cclyzer - A tool for analyzing LLVM bitcode using Datalog.

  •    Python

A tool for analyzing LLVM bitcode (generated either by C or C++) using Datalog. This project uses a commercial Datalog engine, developed by LogicBlox Inc..

doop-mirror - Mirror of Doop: https://bitbucket.org/yanniss/doop

  •    Java

This document contains instructions for invoking the main driver of Doop. For an introduction to Datalog, please consult Datalog-101. For a more detailed tutorial on using the results of Doop analyses, please consult Doop-101. For an introduction to pointer analysis using Datalog, you can read a research-level tutorial. For information about Taint Analysis using Doop, please consult our P/Taint paper, or P/Taint tutorial. At its core, Doop is a collection of various analyses expressed in the form of Datalog rules. The framework has two versions of its rules: one for Soufflé, an open-source Datalog engine for program analysis (which is the default engine used), and another for LogiQL, a Datalog dialect developed by LogicBlox. In order to install an up-to-date version of Soufflé, the best practice is to clone the development Github repo and follow the instructions found on this page. For a LogicBlox engine, you can use PA-Datalog, a port available for academic use, by following the instructions found on this page.






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