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opam-version: "2.0"
maintainer: "David Chemouil <>"
authors: ["David Chemouil" "Julien Brunel"]
homepage: ""
bug-reports: ""
license: "MPL-2.0"
dev-repo: "git+"
build: [
["jbuilder" "subst" "-p" name] {pinned}
["jbuilder" "build" "-p" name "-j" jobs]
depends: [
"ocaml" {>= "4.04"}
"jbuilder" {build & >= "1.0+beta20"}
"ppxfind" {build}
"cmdliner" {>= "1.0.2"}
"containers" {>= "2.0"}
"ppx_expect" {< "v0.13"}
"ppx_inline_test" {< "v0.13"}
"visitors" {>= "20180513"}
synopsis: "Formal analysis for the Electrod formal specification language"
description: """
Electrod is a model finder inspired by Kodkod. It takes as input a
model expressed in a mixture of relational first-order logic (RFOL)
over bounded domains and linear temporal logic (LTL) over an unbounded
time horizon.
Then Electrod compiles the model to a problem for a solver (currently
the NuSMV and nuXmv tools) to produce example or counter-example traces.
Electrod is mainly meant to be used as a backend for the Electrum Analyzer.
See the file []( for building and installation instructions.
[Home page](
## External dependencies
As of now, Electrod relies on NuSMV or nuXmv (default), so you must at least
install one of them.
## Running
Electrod is primarily aimed at being called by external, more abstract
tools, such as the [Electrum Analyzer](
However, it can also be run as a standalone tool by calling the
`electrod` program.
Type `electrod --help` to get some help on options.
## Copyright and license
(C) 2016-2018 ONERA
electrod is distributed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License v2.0.
See []( for more information."""
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