1. 16 Jul, 2015 1 commit
    • Martin Clochard's avatar
      discriminate: change way to configure the transformation · 336ea66d
      Martin Clochard authored
      This commit enable the possibility to change discriminate
      behavior from Why3 source files. The 4 metas that configure
      the transformation:
      
      select_inst
      select_lsinst
      select_lskept
      select_kept
      
      can now be configured from source files (actually they could
      before, but their value was overriden by the drivers).
      
      The behavior in absence of annotation can be specified from
      drivers using the 4 new configuration metas:
      
      select_inst_default
      select_lsinst_default
      select_lskept_default
      select_kept_default
      
      They behave as their non-default counterparts, except they
      have lower precedence. This avoid the forementioned
      overriding problem.
      336ea66d
  2. 28 Oct, 2013 1 commit
  3. 06 Aug, 2013 1 commit
    • Andrei Paskevich's avatar
      change default polymorphism encoding methods · 036c6ce5
      Andrei Paskevich authored
      in a series of tests on available examples, lightweight polymorphism
      encoding techniques combined with a more agressive generation of
      monomorphic instances (via Discriminate) show better results than
      our earlier defaults.
      
      In the same commit:
      - remove Encoding_explicit (unsound), Encoding_decoexp (too naive),
        and Encoding_instantiate (subsumed by Discriminate)
      - rename Encoding_decorate to Encoding_tags_full and Encoding_guard
        to Encoding_guards_full
      - move Encoding_guards_full specific functions from Libencoding to
        Encoding_guards_full
      - do not apply type protection in "encoding_tptp" and remove
        Protect_finite which is not needed anymore.
      036c6ce5
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