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[Frama-c-discuss] preprocessing a file for E-ACSL

Did you try using "-ocode find_main.i"? It's the usual option to save 
the normalized source code produced by Frama-C, without having other 
messages redirected to the file. "-print" tells Frama-C to print the 
output, and "-ocode" tells Frama-C where to print it (stdout, by default).

On 24/08/2020 11:31, Gerlach, Jens wrote:
> Hello,
> I am using the following command line to preprocess/prepare an annotated C file for E-ACSL.
> 	frama-c -cpp-command 'gcc -C -E -I../.. -I../../Logic -I. ' -cpp-frama-c-compliant -pp-annot -no-unicode find_main.c -print > find_main.i
> In general, I am happy with the generated output, except that the first line reads
> 	[kernel] Parsing find_main.c (with preprocessing)
> How can I avoid that this line appears in the output?
> (I can of course filter it out with 'grep‘ but I assume that I am not using the Frama-C options quite correctly.)
> Thanks in advance.
> Jens
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André Maroneze
Researcher/Engineer CEA/List
Software Reliability and Security Laboratory