Conference paper Open Access
Klikovits, Stefan; Gonzalez-Berges, Manuel; Buchs, Didier
Symbolic execution is well-known for its capability to produce high-coverage test suites for software source code. So far, most tools are created to support a specific language. This paper elaborates on performing language independent symbolic execution. We describe the use of one approach to perform dynamic symbolic execution using translation of a proprietary language and show the results of the tool execution on a real-life codebase.