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 /* Soot - a J*va Optimization Framework
  * Copyright (C) 2005 Antoine Mine
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Implementation of the paper "A Combined Pointer and Purity Analysis for Java Programs" by Alexandru Salcianu and Martin Rinard, within the Soot Optimization Framework. by Antoine Mine, 2005/01/24
package soot.jimple.toolkits.annotation.purity;
import java.util.*;
import soot.*;
Purity analysis phase.
TODO: - test, test, and test (and correct the potentially infinite bugs) - optimise PurityGraph, especially methodCall) - find a better abstraction for exceptions (throw & catch) - output nicer graphs (especially clusters!)
public class PurityAnalysis extends SceneTransformer
    public PurityAnalysis(Singletons.Global g ) { this. = g; }
    public static PurityAnalysis v() 
    protected void internalTransform(String phaseNameMap options)
	PurityOptions opts = new PurityOptions(options);
	G.v()..println("[AM] Analysing purity");
	CallGraph cg = Scene.v().getCallGraph();
	// launch the analysis
	    new PurityInterproceduralAnalysis(cg, Scene.v().getEntryPoints().iterator(), opts); 
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