ESOP 2015
Tue 14 - Thu 16 April 2015 London, United Kingdom
Wed 15 Apr 2015 16:30 - 17:00 at Skeel - Session 6 Chair(s): Helmut Seidl

Dynamic language library developers face a challenging problem: ensuring that their libraries will behave correctly for a wide variety of client programs without having access to those client programs. This problem stems from the common use of two defining features for dynamic languages: callbacks into client code and complex manipulation of attribute names within objects. To remedy this problem, we introduce two state-spanning abstractions. To analyze callbacks, the first abstraction desynchronizes a heap, allowing partitions of the heap that may be affected by a callback to an unknown function to be frozen in the state prior to the call. To analyze object attribute manipulation, building upon an abstraction for dynamic language heaps, the second abstraction tracks attribute name/value pairs across the execution of a library.

Wed 15 Apr
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16:30 - 18:00: ESOP - Session 6 at Skeel
Chair(s): Helmut SeidlTechnische Universität München
esop-2015-papers16:30 - 17:00
Arlen CoxUniversity of Colorado Boulder, Bor-Yuh Evan ChangUniversity of Colorado Boulder, Xavier RivalINRIA/CNRS/ENS Paris
esop-2015-papers17:00 - 17:30
Stefano CalzavaraUniversità Ca' Foscari Venezia, Michele BugliesiUniversità Ca' Foscari Venezia, Silvia CrafaUniversity of Padova, Enrico SteffinlongoUniversità Ca' Foscari Venezia
esop-2015-papers17:30 - 18:00
Michael EmmiIMDEA Software Institute, Pierre GantyIMDEA Software Institute, Rupak MajumdarMPI-SWS, Fernando Rosa-VelardoUniversidad Complutense de Madrid