Scott C. Livingston firstname.lastname@example.org
gr1c is a collection of tools for GR(1) synthesis and related activities. Its core functionality is checking realizability of and synthesizing strategies for GR(1) specifications, though it does much more.
The citable URL is http://scottman.net/2012/gr1c
Building and installation
- CUDD, the CU Decision Diagram package by Fabio Somenzi and others.
The following are optional dependencies. Each item is followed by a summary of what is to be gained by building gr1c with it.
- GNU Readline, for an enhanced command prompt during interactive sessions. Note that there is a built-in prompt.
Building from Source
Detailed installation instructions are in the repository at doc/installation.md This section provides an outline.
For building entirely from source code, CUDD (cf. "Depedencies" section above)
should be placed in a directory called "extern". The variable CUDD_ROOT in
Makefile should indicate this directory and may need to be adjusted. Be sure
that similar flags are used for compiling both gr1c and CUDD. In particular,
SIZEOF_VOID_P and SIZEOF_LONG need to be set to the sizes (in bytes) of void
void *) and
long int on your system. gr1c ships with a Makefile
that has these set for Intel x86 64-bit, which will likely succeed for Linux
x86_64 and Mac OS X. More generally, it should suffice to copy your setting of
XCFLAGS in the
Makefile of CUDD to the variable CUDD_XCFLAGS in the
Once CUDD is built, all gr1c programs may be built and installed
$ make all $ make install expinstall
expinstall installs experimental tools, like
default installation prefix is /usr/local. Adjust it by invoking
A test suite is available. To run it, after building gr1c,
$ make check
Each testing step is reported if the environment variable VERBOSE is set to 1.
VERBOSE=1 make check.
Examples and Documentation
Many examples are provided. Begin by reading
The main documentation is built from
.md files under the
doc directory and
API comments in the source code. It is possible to read these files directly,
i.e., without building and browsing HTML files.
$ make doc
will run Doxygen and place the result in
This is free software released under the terms of the BSD 3-Clause License. There is no warranty; not even for merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Consult LICENSE.txt for copying conditions.