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[Frama-c-discuss] Code proved with Fluorine is more proved with Neon

Probably one more instance of Alt-Ergo case splitting strategy, which is obfuscated by the large constants introduced by int32 / int64 boundaries. This is a known issue with Alt-Ergo.

The -wp-split option explicitly introduces more case splits before sending proof obligations to the provers.

Le 2 juin 2014 ? 08:53, David MENTRE <dmentre at> a ?crit :

> Hello,
> Le 27/05/2014 10:36, Christophe Garion a ?crit :
>> I have some code that was proved with the Fluorine version of Frama-C
>> and is no more proved using Neon. A simplified version of the code is
>> available in the test_po_time_double_behavior_1.c file.
> Everything is proved with -wp-split. Don't ask me why :-) (even if I think you are on the border line of what Alt-Ergo can prove).
> Command line used:
> frama-c-gui -pp-annot -wp-timeout 60  -wp -wp-split test_po_time_double_behavior_1.c
> Best regards,
> david
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