planalyzer is a tool for statically checking PlanOut programs and producing ATE contrasts.
We have provided a Dockerfile to facilitate builds using Docker, which you must download and install to use. Our Travis build uses Docker.
Note that there are still many elements of the build setup that could be further Dockerized!
docker build -t planalyzer ..
docker run -t planalyzer ./build_and_test.sh
Before you begin, you will need to acquire some PlanOut scripts. There are some examples in the testing code and in our paper.
planalyzer path/to/script.json -report
You can run this command after spinning up a prompt:
docker run -i -t planalyzer /bin/bash
You can have both local and global annotations on planout variables.
The environment variable
PLANALYZER_CONFIG must point to the file holding
the global annoatations. Local annotations must be supplied using the
-config command line argument. Local annotations referring to variables
defined in the global annotations file will alias the global properties.