Some scripts to help construct small reproducing examples of bugs, implement [Proof using], etc.
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README.md

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coq-tools

Some scripts to help manipulate Coq developments

coq-bug-minimizer

Some scripts to help construct small reproducing examples of bugs.

The script find-bug.py is the main program; run find-bug.py -h to see the options. The script will ask you two questions: whether or not it successfully determined the error you're seeking to reproduce, and whether or not it created a regular expression which captures that error. After that, it will run without user input until it finishes.

Usage

Standard usage is to invoke with the buggy file name and the output (minimized) file name:

python2 find-bug.py BUGGY_FILE.v OUTPUT_FILE.v

You can add -v for a more verbose output.

If you are using a non-system version of Coq, you can pass --coqtop /path/to/coqtop and --coqc /path/to/coqc. If you pass -R . Foo to, say, coq_makefile, you can inform find-bug.py of this fact using -R . Foo.

Examples

There is an example in the examples directory. You can run run-example-01.sh to see how the program works. You can pass this script the arguments -v, -vv, or -vvv for different levels of verbosity. Look at the contents of run-example-01.sh to see how to invoke the program.

Known Bugs

Note that this program can fail in mysterious ways when run using Windows Python 2.7 under cygwin; it seems that buffering and stdin and stderr and Popen are screwed up. To work around this, there is a coqtop.bat file which is chosen as the default coqtop program. Somehow running via a .bat file makes things work. You will probably have to use a similar wrapper if you use a custom coqtop executable.

Additionally, quirks in module name resolution can result in inlining failures (see https://github.com/JasonGross/coq-tools/issues/16), and global side effects of Require can also result in failures (see https://github.com/JasonGross/coq-tools/issues/41).

minimize-requires

The script minimize-requires.py can be used to remove unneeded Require statements. Run minimize-requires.py -h to see the options.

Usage

Standard usage is to run

minimize-requires.py some-file1.v some-file2.v ... --in-place .bak

or, if you want to minimize an entire project,

minimize-requires.py --all -f _CoqProject

(you can add --in-place .bak if you want to save backup files)

proof-using-helper

The script proof-using-helper.py is the main program; run proof-using-helper.py -h to see the options.

Usage

Standard usage is to invoke with the any -R arguments passed to Coq, and either pipe the output of make quick with Global Set Suggest Proof Using on, to this script, or to give it a file containing said output.

make quick -j -k | tee -a proof_using.log
python2 /path/to/proof-using-helper.py proof_using.log

You can add -v for a more verbose output.