[concurrency-interest] ThreadSafe static analysis tool for Java concurrency

√iktor Ҡlang viktor.klang at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 13:21:08 EDT 2013


Hi Don,

your link seems broken.

Cheers,
√


On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 7:01 PM, Don Sannella
<d.sannella at contemplateltd.com>wrote:

> Contemplate, an Edinburgh University spin-out company, has developed an
> advanced static analysis tool, ThreadSafe, that may be of interest to
> readers of concurrency-interest.  ThreadSafe specifically targets Java
> concurrency defects and includes some dedicated treatment for
> java.util.concurrent.  It handles enterprise-scale Java codebases and
> includes tight integration with Eclipse.
>
> ThreadSafe is in an early stage - currently we are on version 1.1 - but it
> is already in use finding serious concurrency defects in projects at a
> couple of large investment banks.  You can get an impression of what it
> does from the very simple example in
> http://contemplateltd.com/**maintaining-safe-concurrent-**
> code-with-threadsafe<http://contemplateltd.com/maintaining-safe-concurrent-code-with-threadsafe>
>
> We are looking for a limited number of participants for a trial, to give
> us feedback on what is in ThreadSafe now and on our plans for near-term new
> features.  Please get in touch with me directly if you are interested in
> taking part.
>
> Of course, I am also very happy to demonstrate ThreadSafe to potential
> paying customers!  If you are in this category, please get in touch!
>
> Regards,
>
> Don Sannella
>
>
>
> Here are answers to some obvious questions:
>
> 1. Can ThreadSafe find bugs in my tricky lock-free algorithm?
>
> Probably not. We look for the sort of concurrency mistakes that
> application developers make in large code bases.
>
> 2. What kind of trial participants are you looking for?
>
> We are mainly looking for two kinds of people:
>
> a. Java concurrency gurus who might be interested in how ThreadSafe could
> be used by software developers that they teach/advise.
>
> b. Application developers in industry who make substantial use of
> concurrency.
>
> We need to be able to identify who you are and your affiliation.
>
> 3. Is this free software?
>
> ThreadSafe is a commercial product and there is currently no free version.
>  At some point we may introduce a free or low-cost version. The trial is
> free, but we expect feedback.
>
>
> ------------------------------**------------------------------**----------
> Prof. Donald Sannella, Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science,
> School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH8 9AB, UK
> http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/**dts <http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/dts>
> dts at inf.ed.ac.uk  +44 131 650 5184
>
> and
>
> ------------------------------**---------------------------
> Don Sannella                d.sannella at contemplateltd.com
> Contemplate Ltd                    www.contemplateltd.com
> tel +44 7939 132117  fax +44 131 6503474  skype dsannella
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Typesafe <http://www.typesafe.com/>

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