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[Frama-c-discuss] Problem with "#define" and "INT_MAX"

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Problem with "#define" and "INT_MAX"
  • From: marsishandsome at (mars Gu)
  • Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2011 12:54:39 +0200


I have some problems by using the preprocessing command "define" and the
predefined const "INT_MAX".
My Frama-C version is "Frama-C Carbon-20110201+dev".
I start Frama-C with the following command:  "frama-c-gui -wp
-wp-proof alt-ergo program.c &".

In the file "problem_of_define.c",  I define "true" as "1", by using the
following code: "#define true ((int)1)".
But Frama-c gives such error information: " unbound logic variable true in
It will be better, if wp can recognize "#define".

In the file "problem_of_int_max.c", the const "INT_MAX" is used.
But Frama-c give the following error info: "unbound logic variable INT_MAX
in annotation.".
I think the problem is, that wp can process "#define" command.

Liangliang Gu
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