FreeBoogie is a Java implementation of the "World's Best Program Verification System."
The Boogie language is an intermediate language for program verification. FreeBoogie takes a Boogie program and checks if it is correct or not. Front-ends that produce Boogie programs from higher level languages include Spec# (from Spec#, which is a superset of C#, and from .NET CIL), B2BPL (from Java bytecode), VCC (from C). The Boogie language is a great target if you are implementing static analyses for a high-level language.
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