Hampi is a solver for string constraints. Hampi is designed for constraints generated by program analysis tools, automated bug finders, intelligent fuzzers.
Hampi constraints express membership in regular languages and bounded context-free languages. Hampi constraints may contain context-free-language definitions, regular-language definitions and operations, and the membership predicate. Given a set of constraints, Hampi outputs a string that satisfies all the constraints, or reports that the constraints are unsatisfiable.
NEW: Hampi can now parse Perl-like regular expressions, eg: /^(:)([\w-]+)\("?'?(.*(\(.*\))?[^(]*)"?'?\)/. See the wiki page for documentation. Thanks to Devdatta Akhave for the contribution!
Hampi code at Google Code
(download from SVN: svn checkout http://hampi.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ hampi-read-only)
Documentation including examples, usage, formal grammar
Mailing list for developers and users
Adam Kiezun, Vijay Ganesh, Philip J. Guo, Pieter Hooimeijer, Michael D. Ernst
In ISSTA 2009: ACM International Symposium on Testing and Analysis, (Chicago, Illinois, USA), July 19-23, 2009.
ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award
Experimental data and results (these are partial - there is much more experimental data in SVN)
Adam Kiezun, project leader (Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, USA)
Vijay Ganesh (MIT)
Philip Guo (Stanford University)
Pieter Hooimeijer (University of Virginia)
Devdatta Akhave (UC Berkeley)
Shay Artzi (IBM Research)
Michael D. Ernst (University of Washington)