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checker(1)						      General Commands Manual							checker(1)

NAME
checker - SPARK Proof Checker SYNOPSIS
checker [OPTIONS] [FILE] DESCRIPTION
The SPARK Proof Checker can be used to discharge verification conditions produced by the Examiner (*.vcg), possibly simplified by the Sim- plifier (*.siv). This command is usually used when verification conditions cannot be discharged automatically by the Simplifier. By default checker runs in interactive mode. It accepts commands from user and writes them into a cmd file (or other file specified by -command_log option). This file can be used later to run checker in batch mode (using option -execute). Additionally, proof log is writ- ten into a plg file. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. All options may be abbreviated to the shortest unique prefix. -help Show summary of options. -version Display version information. -plain Adopt a plain output style (e.g. no dates or version numbers). -overwrite_warning Confirmation needed to overwrite command or proof log files. -command_log=LOG_FILE Specify file name for the command log file. -proof_log=PLG_FILE Specify file name for the proof log file. -execute=LOG_FILE Execute a previously generated command log file. -resume Resume a previously saved session. FILES
/usr/share/spark/checker/rules/* Checker rules database. SEE ALSO
spark(1), sparksimp(1), spadesimp(1), pogs(1). AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Eugeniy Meshcheryakov <eugen@debian.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). 3 June 2011 checker(1)

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pogs(1) 																   pogs(1)

NAME
pogs - summarises completed and outstanding proof obligations SYNOPSIS
pogs [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
POGS will recursively traverse the current directory and all subdirectories and summariese all proof obligations (found in vcg files) and status (effectively undischarged, discharged or false). This manual page only summarises the pogs command-line flags, please refer to the full POGS manual for further information. OPTIONS
These options do not quite follow the usual GNU command line syntax as options start with a single dash instead of the usual two. -h Displays command line help. -d=INPUT_DIRECTORY Instead of searching the current directory and all its subdirectories, begin the search in the given directory. -i Prevents checking of the date and time stamps of all analysed files. -o=OUTPUT_FILE By default the output file is named after the directory analysed. This option can be used to override this default. -p Prevents SPARK release information and file paths being output to the sum file. -s Prevents the per-subprogram analysis section (which contains summary information for each VC and DPC) being output to the sum file. -x Outputs summary information in XML format. Incompatible with -s. This option is DEPRECATED and WILL BE REMOVED in the next release. -v Displays version information. SEE ALSO
spark(1), sparksimp(1), spadesimp(1), zombiescope(1), victor(1) sparkformat(1), sparkmake(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Florian Schanda <florian.schanda@altran-praxis.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Ver- sion 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts. 22 March 2011 pogs(1)
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