Binary package “undertaker” in ubuntu disco

variability-aware tool for static code analysis

 The "undertaker" is a tool suite for static source code analysis for
 checking C preprocessor directives. Also included are "golem", "vampyr"
 and "undertaker-tailor".
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 It can check their structure against different configuration models to
 find "dead" blocks that can never be selected and "undead" blocks that
 can never be deselected.
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 The included "golem" tool is able to infer variability constraints from
 Kbuild-like build systems, such as found in Linux, busybox and
 coreboot. Its results greatly improves the model that undertaker uses
 for the analysis.
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 The tool "vampyr" is a conditional-compilation aware driver. It uses
 the "undertaker" tool to calculate a set of configurations and calls a
 backend-scanner on each of them. Supported scanners include: "gcc",
 "sparse", and "clang".
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 The tool "undertaker-tailor" calculates a kernel configuration based on
 a profile, which is traced with Linux ftrace mechanism. The resulting
 kernel exhibits a much smaller attack surface and results in a
 significant more secure kernel.