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    • David Hauzar's avatar
      Transformation that for each declared abstract function and predicate · 9b6d889c
      David Hauzar authored
      p labeled with label "model_projected" for that it exists a projection
      function f creates declaration of new constant c and axiom stating that
      c = f p
      
      Projection functions are functions tagged with meta "model_projection".
      Function f is projection function for abstract function and predicate p
      if f is tagged with meta "model_projection" and has a single argument
      of the same type as is the type of p.
      
      This transformation is needed in situations when we want to display not
      value of a variable, but value of a projection function applied to a variable.
      
      Note that since Why3 supports namespaces (different projection functions
      can have the same name) and input languages of solvers typically not,
      Why3 renames projection functions to avoid name clashes.
      This is why it is not possible to just store the name of the projection
      function in a label and than query the solver directly for the value of
      the projection.
      Also, it means that this transformation should thus be executed before
      this renaming.
      9b6d889c
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    • Guillaume Melquiond's avatar
      Improve why3-cpulimit so that it forcibly kills processes after a while. · 21198e50
      Guillaume Melquiond authored
      A child process (e.g. CVC4) might catch SIGXCPU. If it gets stuck then, it
      won't consume any additional cpu time, so the system won't forcibly kill
      it. So why3-cpulimit has to kill it.
      
      Note that, if the system is overloaded, why3-cpulimit might kill the child
      process before it has even reached its cpu time limit. Hopefully, the 60'
      additional time will suffice in practice.
      21198e50
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