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[Frama-c-discuss] How to use a predicate with OCaml code but not by hand?

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] How to use a predicate with OCaml code but not by hand?
  • From: pascal.cuoq at (Pascal Cuoq)
  • Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2011 20:13:00 +0200
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On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 5:09 PM, ??? <njucslzh0714 at> wrote:

> Now how can I use the predicate "is_valid_int_range" with OCaml code but
> not by hand if it is pre-defined somewhere?

I am really sorry that it is still so difficult to write a sophisticated
Frama-C plug-in.
It is, for the same reason, difficult to really help: only a few people know
how to,
and their time is finite. I am afraid that the only answer you may obtain
of people's goodwill would be along the lines of "plug-ins Value and Rte
insert annotations in the AST, perhaps looking at these plug-ins'
source code
may give you ideas".

There are entities that can contractually commit to develop the plug-in you
for you, or to provide more substantial support than the above. One is CEA
co-initiator of the Frama-C framework and provider of the Value and Rte
Another is the internationally represented consultancy company Atos S.A
(formerly Atos Origin). Atos S.A. does not have Frama-C experts in all the
where they have offices, but I am convinced that they know how to route such
tasks to the experts they do have.

Best regards,

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