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[Frama-c-discuss] arbitrary buffers in analysis

ps: I think it would be a great feature addition to have a way
to directly force such properties as axioms to some analysis
instead of having to code them up using Frama_C_*()
primitives (using the entropy source).  I imagine this would
ease the analysis too, since it wouldn't waste time having to
analyze this extra boilerplate whose only purpose was to
set a predetermined analysis state.


On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 2:12 PM, Tim Newsham <tim.newsham at> wrote:

> I would like to prove that some code is safe for all buffers you can pass
> in
> as input. Is there a way to construct an arbitrary sized buffer (say char*)
> in frama such that all values are arbitrary ([--..--]) and so that the
> properties \valid(p + ( and \initialized(p + ( hold?
> --
> Tim Newsham | | @newshtwit |

Tim Newsham | | @newshtwit |
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