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    • François Bobot's avatar
      Why3session : a new why3 program · da5b5d18
      François Bobot authored
      It's goal is to allow to view and modify sessions.
      
      Currently three sub-commands :
      info : can give the provers used, pretty-print in ascii a session,
           can give the corresponding directory
      mod : allow to set obsolete, or modify the archive state of proof attempt
          which corresponds to selected provers
      copy : copy a proof attempt by modifing its prover
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    • François Bobot's avatar
      new session · 49c19a38
      François Bobot authored
      Split session in two :
      Session : an API for managing session without running provers
      Session_scheduler : an API for running provers asynchronously
      
      All the global states have been removed.
      
      A session must be first read, which give a session without task.
      Afterward it must be updated to the current state of the files with
      some environnement and configuration.
      
      printer and iterator are provided for session.
      
      Session_tools : some useful functions on session.
      
      Smoke detector : not anymore integrated to session. Just add the
            transformation "smoke_detector_top" or "smoke_detector_deep" to
            all the valid proof attempt.
      
      prover_id are not yet removed but all is in place in session for that.
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    • Guillaume Melquiond's avatar
      Move Coq realizations from a .ml file to a driver file. · cc79baa8
      Guillaume Melquiond authored
      Note that the file is still generated at compilation time.
      
      The "realized" meta takes two arguments. The first one is the path+name of
      the theory, the second one is the translation of it for the target prover.
      The meta is supposed to be put into a printer file, so there is no
      ambiguity on the target. The second argument can be left empty if it can be
      inferred from the first one.
      
      Note that the first argument is not really satisfactory, since it is
      redundant with the theory part of the driver. Moreover, its handling is a
      bit crude: it does not take into account rich qualifiers and it does not
      generate proper error messages if it does not match the theory.
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