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0001005Frama-CKernelpublic2011-10-28 17:152012-09-19 17:16
Frama-C Nitrogen-20111001 
Frama-C Oxygen-20120901 
0001005: defining two axioms with same name causes kernel crash
Running "frama-c -cpp-command 'gcc -C -E -I.' -jessie '-jessie-why-opt=-exp goal' -no-unicode -jessie-atp simplify list.c" under why 2.30 on the attached program caused a kernel crash, asking to report it here. The last output was: [kernel] failure: trying to register twice property `axiom inj1'. That is forbidden (kernel invariant broken). [kernel] The full backtrace is: Raised at file "src/kernel/", line 509, characters 30-31 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 503, characters 9-16 Re-raised at file "src/kernel/", line 506, characters 15-16 Called from file "src/logic/", line 349, characters 4-132 Called from file "", line 69, characters 12-15 Called from file "", line 69, characters 12-15 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 1196, characters 5-43 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 1412, characters 4-27 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 64, characters 2-28 Called from file "src/project/", line 490, characters 17-21 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 33, characters 60-72 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 723, characters 2-9 Called from file "src/kernel/", line 200, characters 4-8 Frama-C aborted because of internal error. Please report as 'crash' at The program "list.c" is obviously faulty, as it defines two axioms with the same name "inj1".
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c list.c (69) 2011-10-28 17:15
Issue History
2011-10-28 17:15JochenNew Issue
2011-10-28 17:15JochenFile Added: list.c
2011-10-30 22:40svnCheckin
2011-10-30 22:40svnStatusnew => resolved
2011-10-30 22:40svnResolutionopen => fixed
2011-10-31 19:28signolesStatusresolved => assigned
2011-10-31 19:28signolesAssigned To => virgile
2011-10-31 19:28signolesStatusassigned => resolved
2012-09-19 17:15signolesFixed in Version => Frama-C Oxygen-20120901
2012-09-19 17:16signolesStatusresolved => closed

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