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pfitzseb ignore getproperty/setproperty!
and also updated the set of analysed methods properly
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Traceur is essentially a codified version of the Julia performance tips. You run your code, it tells you about any obvious performance traps.

julia> using Traceur

julia> naive_relu(x) = x < 0 ? 0 : x

julia> @trace naive_relu(1.0)
naive_relu(::Float64) at none:1
    returns Union{Float64, Int64}

julia> function naive_sum(xs)
         s = 0
         for x in xs
           s += x
         return s

julia> @trace naive_sum([1.])
Base.indexed_next(::Tuple{Int64,Bool}, ::Int64, ::Int64) at tuple.jl:54
    returns Tuple{Union{Bool, Int64},Int64}
naive_sum(::Array{Float64,1}) at none:2
    s is assigned as Int64 at line 2
    s is assigned as Float64 at line 4
    dynamic dispatch to s + x at line 4
    returns Union{Float64, Int64}

julia> y = 1

julia> f(x) = x+y

julia> @trace f(1)
f(::Int64) at none:1
    uses global variable Main.y
    dynamic dispatch to x + Main.y at line 1
    returns Any


The heavily lifting is done by analyse, which takes a Call (essentially a (f, args...) tuple for each function called in the code). Most of the analysis steps work by retrieving the code_typed of the function, inspecting it for issues and emitting any warnings.

Suggestions for (or better, implementations of!) further analysis passes are welcome.