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README.md

ClaferSMT

v0.3.7

Instance generator and multi-objective optimizer based on SMT solvers (currently Microsoft Z3) for Clafer.

Contributors

Getting the Clafer SMT Backend

Dependencies for running

Regardless of the installation method, the following are required:

  • Python 3 v3.4.2
  • Clafer Compiler v0.3.7
    • Required for compiling Clafer files (.cfr) into the Clafer Python IR format (.py), so that they can be run using the tool.
  • Z3 SMT Solver v4.3.2.9d221c037a95
    • included in the binary distribution

Installation from binaries

Binary distributions of the release 0.3.7 of Clafer Tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux, can be downloaded from Clafer Tools - Binary Distributions.

  1. download the binaries and unpack <target directory> of your choice
  2. add the <target directory> to your system path so that the executables can be found

Installation from source code

Dependencies

  • Z3 SMT Solver v4.3.2.4ea3ed7e273a
    • Z3 for Windows x86
    • Z3 for Ubuntu x64
    • Z3 for OS X x64
    • this particular version has been tested. The latest one from Oct 24, 2014 does not work.
    • unzip to <z3 install directory> of your choice
  1. install the dependencies
  2. open the command line terminal. On Windows, open MinGW/MSYS.
  3. in some <source directory> of your choice, execute
  • git clone git://github.com/gsdlab/ClaferSMT.git
  1. in <source directory>/ClaferSMT, execute
  • make init z3bin=<z3 install directory>/bin
  • make - this will produce ClaferSMT.egg, which contains Z3.
  • make install to=<target directory>

Integration with Sublime Text 2/3

See ClaferToolsST

Usage

Command-line Usage

ClaferSMT can be used directly from source code using the script claferSMTsrc.sh (only included in source code). From binary distribution:

  • On Linux: ./claferSMT.sh <model[.cfr|.py]> <options>
    • the script sets the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to pwd so that the libz3.so can be located
  • On Windows: python ClaferSMT.egg <model[.cfr|.py]> <options> or the same as on Linux
    • should be executed in the same folder as the libz3.dll so that it can be found
  • On Mac: python3 ClaferSMT.egg <model[.cfr|.py]> <options> or the same as on Linux
    • should be executed in the same folder as the libz3.dylib so that it can be found

NOTE: when giving a .cfr model as argument, the Clafer compiler executable must be in the PATH because it's called to produce the .py file.

Help printed by --help

$ python claferSMT.egg --help
usage: claferSMT.egg [-h]
                     [--mode {experiment,modelstats,normal,debug,test,one,repl,all}]
                     [--printconstraints] [--profiling] [--cprofiling]
                     [--numinstances NUMINSTANCES] [--globalscope GLOBALSCOPE]
                     [--testset TEST_SET] [--stringconstraints]
                     [--solver {z3,cvc4,smt2}] [--printuniquenames]
                     [--showinheritance] [--version] [--delimeter DELIMETER]
                     [--indentation {doublespace,tab}] [--magnifyingglass]
                     [--produceunsatcore] [--usebitvectors] [--cores CORES]
                     [--server SERVER] [--service SERVICE]
                     [--split {no_split,random_optional_clafer_toggle,random_xor_gcard_clafer_toggle,top_optional_clafer_toggle,biggest_range_split,divide_biggest_ranges_in_two,smallest_range_split,bottom_optional_clafer_toggle,random_range_split,NO_SPLIT}]
                     [--numsplit NUMSPLIT] [--heuristicsfile HEURISTICS_FILE]
                     [--experimentnumsplits [EXPERIMENTNUMSPLITS [EXPERIMENTNUMSPLITS ...]]]
                     [--modelclass {featuremodel}]
                     [--classifier {ldac,svm,classtree}]
                     [--learningiterations LEARNING_ITERATIONS]
                     [--timeout TIME_OUT]
                     [file]

Process a clafer model with Z3.

positional arguments:
  file                  the clafer python file

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --mode {experiment,modelstats,normal,debug,test,one,repl,all}, -m {experiment,modelstats,normal,debug,test,one,repl,all}
  --printconstraints, --pc
                        print all Z3 constraints (for debugging)
  --profiling, -p       basic profiling of phases of the solver
  --cprofiling          uses cprofile for profiling functions of the
                        translation
  --numinstances NUMINSTANCES, -n NUMINSTANCES
                        the number of models to be displayed (-1 for all)
  --globalscope GLOBALSCOPE, -g GLOBALSCOPE
                        the global scope for unbounded clafers (note that this
                        does not match regular clafer)
  --testset TEST_SET, -t TEST_SET
                        The test set to be used for modes [experiment | test |
                        one | all], or the number of tests to generate
  --stringconstraints, -s
                        Flag to output to Z3-Str format instead
  --solver {z3,cvc4,smt2}
                        Backend solver
  --printuniquenames, -u
                        Print clafers with unique prefixes
  --showinheritance     Show super-clafers explicitly
  --version, -v         Print version number.
  --delimeter DELIMETER
                        Delimeter between instances.
  --indentation {doublespace,tab}
  --magnifyingglass     Print equally optimal solutions if optimizing
  --produceunsatcore    produce unsat core for UNSAT specifications
  --usebitvectors       Use bitvectors to represent clafer instances
  --cores CORES, -c CORES
                        the number of cores for parallel processing
  --server SERVER       The name of the Server clafer in SAP problems (used
                        for parallelization)
  --service SERVICE     The name of the Service clafer in SAP problems (used
                        for parallelization)
  --split {no_split,random_optional_clafer_toggle,random_xor_gcard_clafer_toggle,top_optional_clafer_toggle,biggest_range_split,divide_biggest_ranges_in_two,smallest_range_split,bottom_optional_clafer_toggle,random_range_split,NO_SPLIT}
  --numsplit NUMSPLIT   The number of splits to perform (default = #cores)
  --heuristicsfile HEURISTICS_FILE
                        File containing the heuristics to be tested. If none
                        given, all will be used
  --experimentnumsplits [EXPERIMENTNUMSPLITS [EXPERIMENTNUMSPLITS ...]]
                        List of the number of splits to perform (default =
                        #cores)
  --modelclass {featuremodel}
  --classifier {ldac,svm,classtree}
                        The learning technique to be applied
  --learningiterations LEARNING_ITERATIONS
                        the number of iterations through the learning process
  --timeout TIME_OUT    The time out for consumers

Interactive Session Usage

To run ClaferSMT in an interactive mode use the parameter --mode=repl.

In the interactive mode, the users can invoke the following commands:

ClaferZ3 > h
n -- get next model
r -- reset
i [num] -- increase (or decrease) the global scope by num (default=+1)
s num -- set scope to num
h -- help
q -- quit

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