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[Frama-c-discuss] Why does a string literal not satisfy valid_read_string?

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Why does a string literal not satisfy valid_read_string?
  • From: rod at (Roderick Chapman)
  • Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2019 09:00:11 +0100
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Hello again,

  I possibly silly question. The the code below - I get an unproved VC 
for the precondition of the call to "d2".  So.. why is a string literal 
not considered to satisfy "valid_read_string"?? I am using Frama-C 19...



#include <string.h>

/*@ requires valid_read_string(s);
   @ assigns \nothing;
int d2(const char *s);

int main(void)
   return d2 ("Hello rod");

The undischarged VC shows up as:

Goal Instance of 'Pre-condition'
  (call 'd2'):
Assume { (* Heap *) Have: linked(µ:Malloc at L1) /\ sconst(µ:Mchar at L1). }
Prove: P_valid_read_string(µ:Malloc at L1, µ:Mchar at L1, « global(Str_1) + 0 »).

Prover Alt-Ergo: Unknown (103ms).

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