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[Frama-c-discuss] Displaying property status for rte annotations

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Displaying property status for rte annotations
  • From: arenis at (Sergio Feo)
  • Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 12:51:01 +0100
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Hi everyone,
I would like to ask a (hopefully) simple question for Frama-C experts:

How do you tell the command-line version of Frama-C to display the status
of the assertions generated by the RTE plug-in?. The results are visible in
the GUI when invoked with 'frama-c-gui -rte -val rte_test.c' (there are
color swatches next to the generated assertions indicating VALID or NOT
VALID. However, they are not visible when running Frama-C from the command
line with 'frama-c -rte -val rte_test.c'.

The program analyzed is a minimal example with a division where rte
generates the assertion that the divisor is not 0. The result of issuing
that command is the output of the value analysis plug-in but no mention of
the generated assertions is made. The use of the 'report' plug-in also
yields no results ("No status to report" is displayed).

Thank you very much,

========= SAMPLE RTE_TEST.C =======
int x = 0;
int y = 0;

void foo()
 if (y==0) y=1;

int main()
 int result;
// Assertion y != 0 is inserted here by RTE, gives the result VALID
 result = x / y;
 return 0;
======== END SAMPLE ========
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