Quick: Inline synthetic accessors generated by jack.

While javac names synthetic accessors "access$nnn", jack
names them "-getN", "-putN" and "-wrapN". For simplicity,
treat all methods starting with "-" as synthetic accessors.

Bug: 20873367

(cherry picked from commit d5f1005da7599f149b1332402c9791ef2acb8c42)

Change-Id: Ifcc77fc3c5dd44797a48632c8e16416fbc273a93
diff --git a/runtime/quick/inline_method_analyser.cc b/runtime/quick/inline_method_analyser.cc
index 9cf4b16..1c404ff 100644
--- a/runtime/quick/inline_method_analyser.cc
+++ b/runtime/quick/inline_method_analyser.cc
@@ -134,7 +134,10 @@
 bool InlineMethodAnalyser::IsSyntheticAccessor(MethodReference ref) {
   const DexFile::MethodId& method_id = ref.dex_file->GetMethodId(ref.dex_method_index);
   const char* method_name = ref.dex_file->GetMethodName(method_id);
-  return strncmp(method_name, "access$", strlen("access$")) == 0;
+  // javac names synthetic accessors "access$nnn",
+  // jack names them "-getN", "-putN", "-wrapN".
+  return strncmp(method_name, "access$", strlen("access$")) == 0 ||
+      strncmp(method_name, "-", strlen("-")) == 0;
 }
 
 bool InlineMethodAnalyser::AnalyseReturnMethod(const DexFile::CodeItem* code_item,