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[Frama-c-discuss] Proving Memory Safety of String Algorithms without Providing Loop Invariants

On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:10 AM, Juergen Giesl <
giesl at> wrote:

> We would like to let Frama-C generate loop invariants by itself. To this
> end, we also installed apron 0.9.10. We tried to compile Why (including
> Jessie) with the option --enable-apron which would in turn allow us to
> start Jessie with the option -jessie-infer-annot. But unfortunately, we did
> not manage to compile Why with this option. The output of the compiler is
> attached in why.err. Indeed, Yannick Moy told us that the code for loop
> invariant generation was most likely removed from Why2.

Try the attached patch, which I apply to the Fedora Linux build of why to
fix this build error.  Regards,
Jerry James
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