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[Frama-c-discuss] Standard C library specifications in the wild

I echo this inquiry.

In addition, if any group would like to participate in (use and 
contribute) a public repository of ACSL annotations on widely used 
libraries - as we are - , please respond to this group.

There are of course issues to work out. There are logistical issues such 
as hosting location and copyright releases. There are also scientific 
issues such as whether a common set of annotations can be widely used 
for multiple tools and multiple applications.

- David

On 3/18/2015 2:55 PM, Andre Oliveira wrote:
> Dear all,
> It has been mentioned during the Frama-C day that better ACSL 
> specifications concerning the standard C library would be useful to 
> the platform.
> I would like to find out about existing public repositories with such 
> specifications, to have an idea of the kind of specifications that are 
> used, and also their level of detail.
> An example would be kLIBC, a subset of the C standard library with an 
> annotated implementation. I am also interested in pure specifications, 
> without an underlying implementation.
> Regards,
> Andr? Oliveira
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