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(** Why3 driver for CVC4 >= 1.6 (with floating point support) *)

prelude "(set-info :smt-lib-version 2.6)"
prelude "(set-logic AUFBVFPDTNIRA)"
(*
    A    : Array
    UF   : Uninterpreted Function
    BV   : BitVectors
    FP   : FloatingPoint
    DT   : Datatypes
    NIRA : NonLinear Integer+Real Arithmetic
*)

import "smt-libv2.gen"
printer "smtv2.6"
import "smt-libv2-bv.gen"
import "cvc4_bv.gen"
import "smt-libv2-floats.gen"
import "discrimination.gen"

transformation "inline_trivial"
transformation "eliminate_builtin"
transformation "detect_polymorphism"
transformation "eliminate_definition_if_poly"
transformation "eliminate_inductive"
transformation "eliminate_algebraic_if_poly"
transformation "eliminate_literal"
transformation "eliminate_epsilon"
transformation "simplify_formula"

(* Prepare for counter-example query: get rid of some quantifiers
   (makes it possible to query model values of the variables in
   premises) and introduce counter-example projections.  Note: does
   nothing if meta get_counterexmp is not set *)
transformation "prepare_for_counterexmp"

transformation "discriminate_if_poly"
transformation "encoding_smt_if_poly"

(** Error messages specific to CVC4 *)

outofmemory "(error \".*out of memory\")\\|Cannot allocate memory"
timeout "interrupted by timeout"
steps "smt::SmtEngine::resourceUnitsUsed, \\([0-9]+.?[0-9]*\\)" 1
(**
Unfortunately, there is no specific output message when CVC4 reaches its resource limit
steplimitexceeded "??"
*)


(** Extra theories supported by CVC4 *)

(* CVC4 division seems to be the Euclidean one, not the Computer one *)
theory int.EuclideanDivision
  syntax function div "(div %1 %2)"
  syntax function mod "(mod %1 %2)"
  remove prop Mod_bound
  remove prop Div_mod
  remove prop Mod_1
  remove prop Div_1
end

(*
theory int.ComputerDivision
  syntax function div "(div %1 %2)"
  syntax function mod "(mod %1 %2)"
  remove prop Mod_bound
  remove prop Div_mod
  remove prop Mod_1
  remove prop Div_1
end
*)