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Frama-C GUI on the browser, via Docker
André Maroneze on 16 March 2021

New Frama-C Docker images, with a graphical interface, are available in the Docker Hub. They allow running Frama-C via a browser, on Windows, macOS and Linux. Frama-C + Docker + noVNC = Frama-C GUI on a browser The “traditional” Frama-C Docker images available on Docker Hub lack the graphical interface,...

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Analysis scripts: helping automate case studies, part 2
André Maroneze on 15 February 2018

In the previous post, we used analysis-scripts to prepare our analysis of Recommender. In this post, we will run EVA on the code and see how the iterative refinement of the analysis can be done. We assume the reader has performed all of the steps in the previous post, and...

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A simple Eva tutorial, part 3
André Maroneze on 11 April 2017

On the previous post we’ve seen how to run Eva, but at the end we had a NON TERMINATING FUNCTION for a function that is supposed to always terminate, a likely indication that a definitive undefined behavior has been found in the analysis. In this post, we will see how...

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A simple Eva tutorial, part 2
André Maroneze on 17 March 2017

On the previous post we’ve seen some recommendations about using Frama-C/Eva, and some tips about parsing. In this post, we will see how to run Eva, and how to quickly setup it for a more precise result. We will reuse the save file produced at the end of the parsing,...

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A simple Eva tutorial, part 1
André Maroneze on 7 March 2017

(with the collaboration of T. Antignac, Q. Bouillaguet, F. Kirchner and B. Yakobowski) This is the first of a series of posts on a new Eva tutorial primarily aimed at beginners (some of the later posts contain more advanced content). Reminder: Eva is the new name of the Value analysis...

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