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0002471Frama-CPlug-in > wppublic2019-08-13 18:542019-08-13 18:54
Frama-C 19-Potassium 
0002471: frama-c/wp generates invalid why3
There appears to be an issue with some of the `why3` files that get generated from user axiomatic definitions. I've installed `frama-c` using the `nix-pkgs` on the master branch, and hence have version `19.0`, and `why3` version `1.2.0`.

/*@ axiomatic maps { type model_digit = octet | sextet;
                     logic integer foo(model_digit i);
int foo() {
//@assert \forall int i; i == foo(octet);
  return 0;
Given the (silly) program above in `simple.c`, I get the following behavior

$ frama-c -wp -wp-prover z3-ce simple.c
[kernel] Parsing simple.c (with preprocessing)
[wp] Warning: Missing RTE guards
[wp] 1 goal scheduled
[wp] WPOUT/typed/A_maps.why:13: User Error: why3 syntax error
[wp] [z3-ce] Goal typed_foo_assert : Failed
  why3 syntax error
[wp] Proved goals: 0 / 1
  Why3 (z3-ce): 0 (failed: 1)
[wp] User Error: Deferred error message was emitted during execution. See above messages for more information.
[kernel] Plug-in wp aborted: invalid user input.

The A_maps.why file contains:
(* ---------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* --- Axiomatic 'maps' --- *)
(* ---------------------------------------------------------- *)
theory A_maps

use bool.Bool
use int.Int
use int.ComputerDivision
use real.RealInfix
use Qed.Qed
use int.Abs as IAbs
use map.Map
type a_model_digit | c_octet | c_sextet

function l_foo a_model_digit : int


The error seems to be on the line (I'd imagine there should be an '=' but I am not a why3 user)
type a_model_digit | c_octet | c_sextet
Copy the C source into a new file, simple.c, and attempt to run the command:

frama-c -wp -wp-prover z3-ce simple.c
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2019-08-13 18:54abakstNew Issue
2019-08-13 18:54abakstStatusnew => assigned
2019-08-13 18:54abakstAssigned To => correnson

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