sbv v3.2 Release NotesRelease Date: 2014-11-18 // over 7 years ago
Implement 'sAssert'. This adds conditional symbolic simulation, by ensuring arbitrary boolean conditions hold during simulation; similar to ASSERT calls in other languages. Note that failures will be detected at symbolic-simulation time, i.e., each assert will generate a call to the external solver to ensure that the condition is never violated. If violation is possible the user will get an error, indicating the failure conditions.
Also implement 'sAssertCont' which allows for a programmatic way to extract/display results for consumers of 'sAssert'. While the latter simply calls 'error' in case of an assertion violation, the 'sAssertCont' variant takes a continuation which can be used to program how the results should be interpreted/displayed. (This is useful for libraries built on top of SBV.) Note that the type of the continuation is such that execution should still stop, i.e., once an assertion violation is detected, symbolic simulation will never continue.
Rework/simplify the 'Mergeable' class to make sure 'sBranch' is sufficiently lazy in case of structural merges. The original implementation was only lazy at the Word instance, but not at lists/tuples etc. Thanks to Brian Huffman for reporting this bug.
Add a few constant-folding optimizations for 'sDiv' and 'sRem'
Boolector: Modify output parser to conform to the new Boolector output format. This means that you need at least v2.0.0 of Boolector installed if you want to use that particular solver.
Fix long-standing translation bug regarding boolean Ord class comparisons. (i.e., 'False > True' etc.) While Haskell allows for this, SMT-Lib does not; and hence we have to be careful in translating. Thanks to Brian Huffman for reporting.
C code generation: Correctly translate square-root and fusedMA functions to C.