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[Frama-c-discuss] Frama-C 15 Phosphorus is out

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Frama-C 15 Phosphorus is out
  • From: Andre.OLIVEIRAMARONEZE at (Andre Maroneze)
  • Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2017 10:41:34 +0200
  • In-reply-to: <>
  • References: <> <> <>

We have just committed some patches to the Frama-C snapshot Github 
repository <> which fix the 
native dynlink issue and also export the _frama-c ZSH auto-completion 
script (the Bash version was already exported).

The auto-completion scripts (share/autocomplete_frama-c 
for Bash, share/_frama-c 
for Zsh) themselves contain instructions on how to install them.



On 13/08/17 00:26, Boris Yakobowski wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 10:19 PM, Mehdi Dogguy <mehdi at 
> <mailto:mehdi at>> wrote:
>     Do you still support architecture w/o native dynlink? I didn't see
>     this
>     statement in the changelog whereas I get this build failure on
>     (e.g. mips)
>     when I try to compile Frama-C:
> [...]
>     So it tests two things at once:
>     - presence of a native compiler
>     - native dynlink
>     So bytecode architectures look like they are not supported anymore
>     as well,
>     which is a pity.
> This was not intended. We only wanted to get rid of the platforms 
> where native dynlink does not work. When native compilation is not 
> available, we probably should not test for native dynlink at all. And 
> better yet, when native compilation is available, but not native 
> dynlink, only compile the bytecode version.
>     > - Bash and Zsh completion for Frama-C options
>     Can you please clarify where are the completion scripts? I didn't
>     find them
>     in the tarball, but maybe I was looking at the wrong place.
> We apparently forgot to package the scripts... The frama-c 
> -autocomplete option is used to generate the autocompletion tables, 
> but we have also written scripts to parse this output and to feed it 
> to bash and zsh. There are two scripts available for zsh in the our 
> dev tree, I will let someone more familiar with them comment and/or 
> post them here.
> -- 
> Boris
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