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diff --git a/Setup.lhs b/Setup.lhs
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+++ b/Setup.lhs
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+#! /usr/bin/env runhaskell
+> import Distribution.Simple
+> main = defaultMain
diff --git a/StaticAnalysis/All.hs b/StaticAnalysis/All.hs
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+++ b/StaticAnalysis/All.hs
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+-- StaticAnalysis
+-- StaticAnalysis/All.hs
+-- Wrapper module for all StaticAnalysis modules.
+module StaticAnalysis.All (
+ module StaticAnalysis.Analysis,
+ module StaticAnalysis.Annotated
+ )
+ where
+import StaticAnalysis.Analysis
+import StaticAnalysis.Annotated
diff --git a/StaticAnalysis/Analysis.hs b/StaticAnalysis/Analysis.hs
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+++ b/StaticAnalysis/Analysis.hs
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+-- StaticAnalysis
+-- StaticAnalysis/Analysis.hs
+-- Interface for data structure that represents static
+-- analysis results.
+module StaticAnalysis.Analysis
+ where
+-- Interface for analysis result data structures.
+class Analysis a where
+ unanalyzed :: a
diff --git a/StaticAnalysis/Annotated.hs b/StaticAnalysis/Annotated.hs
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+++ b/StaticAnalysis/Annotated.hs
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+-- StaticAnalysis
+-- StaticAnalysis/Annotated.hs
+-- Interface for abstract syntax data structures in which
+-- every node can be annotated with a data structure that
+-- represents static analysis results.
+module StaticAnalysis.Annotated
+ where
+import StaticAnalysis.Analysis
+-- Interface for abstract syntax data structures.
+class Annotated d where
+ annotate :: Analysis a => d a -> a -> d a
+ annotation :: Analysis a => d a -> a
diff --git a/staticanalysis.cabal b/staticanalysis.cabal
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+++ b/staticanalysis.cabal
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+Name: staticanalysis
+Cabal-Version: >= 1.6
+License: GPL-3
+License-File: LICENSE
+Synopsis: Reusable static analysis interfaces and modules.
+Description: Reusable static analysis interfaces and modules.
+Category: Compilers/Interpreters, Language
+Author: Andrei Lapets
+Maintainer: Andrei Lapets <>
+Build-Type: Simple
+ Exposed-Modules: StaticAnalysis.All,
+ StaticAnalysis.Analysis,
+ StaticAnalysis.Annotated
+ Build-Depends: base >= 3 && < 5,
+ MissingH
+Source-Repository head
+ Type: git
+ Location: