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#!@PYTHON@
# -*- mode: python; coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
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# Copyright (C) 2011, 2012 Laboratoire de Recherche et Dveloppement
# de l'Epita (LRDE).
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#
# This file is part of Spot, a model checking library.
#
# Spot is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# Spot is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
# ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
# or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public
# License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with Spot; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
# Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
# 02111-1307, USA.

import os

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script = os.environ.has_key('SCRIPT_NAME')

if script:
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    print "Cache-Control: max-age=3600" # One hour.
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    print "Content-Type: text/html"
    print

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# Directory for temporary files (images and other auxiliary files).
imgdir = 'spotimg'

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# Cache lookup for the QUERY_STRING
qs = os.getenv('QUERY_STRING')
if qs:
    import hashlib
    # We (optimistically) assume no collision from sha1(qs)
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    cachedir = imgdir + '/' + hashlib.sha1(qs).hexdigest()
    cachename = cachedir + '/html'
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    try:
        # Is this a request we have already processed?
        cache = open(cachename, "r", 0)
        print cache.read()
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        # Touch the directory containing the files we used, so
        # it that it survives the browser's cache.
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        os.utime(cachedir, None)
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        exit(0)
    except IOError:
        # We failed to open the file.
        # Let's run the rest of the script to create it.
        pass
elif script:
    print "<b>QUERY_STRING unset!</b>"
    exit(0)

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# Location of the dot command
dot = '@DOT@'
dot_bgcolor = '-Gbgcolor=#FFFFFF00'

svg_output = False # FIXME: SVG output seems to be working well with
                   #        Firefox only.  We have to figure out how
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                   #        to get the correct size and transparent
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                   #        background in Chrome.

from CGIHTTPServer import CGIHTTPRequestHandler
class MyHandler(CGIHTTPRequestHandler):
    def is_cgi(self):
        if self.path.startswith('/cgi-bin/spot.py'):
            self.cgi_info = '', self.path[9:]
            return True
        return False

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if not script:
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    # If this is not run as a cgi script, let's start an HTTP server.
    from BaseHTTPServer import HTTPServer
    server_address=('',8000)
    if not os.access(imgdir, os.F_OK):
        os.mkdir(imgdir, 0755)
        print "Directory spotimg/ created."
    httpd = HTTPServer(server_address, MyHandler)
    print "Point your browser to http://localhost:8000/ltl2tgba.html"
    httpd.serve_forever()

import sys
import cgi
import cgitb; cgitb.enable()
import signal
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import time
import os.path
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# We do not output in cachedir directely, in case two
# CGI scripts process the same request concurrently.
tmpdir = cachedir + '-' + str(os.getpid())
cachename = tmpdir + '/html'

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sys.stdout.flush()
# Reopen stdout without buffering
sys.stdout = os.fdopen(sys.stdout.fileno(), "w", 0)
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# Redirect stderr to stdout at a low level (so that
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# even errors from subprocesses get printed).
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os.dup2(sys.stdout.fileno(), sys.stderr.fileno())

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# Create the temporary cache directory
os.mkdir(tmpdir, 0755)

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# Redirect stdout to the cache file, at a low level
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# for similar reason.
fd = os.open(cachename, os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY, 0644)
os.dup2(fd, sys.stdout.fileno())

def finish(kill = False):
    # Output the result and exit.
    os.dup2(sys.stderr.fileno(), sys.stdout.fileno())
    cache = open(cachename, "r", 0)
    print cache.read()
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    # Rename tmpdir to its permanent name for caching purpose.
    # os.rename will fail if cachedir already exist.  Since we tested
    # that initially, it can only happen when two CGI script are
    # processing the same request concurrently.  In that case the
    # other result is as good as ours, so we just ignore the error.
    # (We don't bother removing the temporary directory -- it will be
    # removed by the next cache prune and cannot be created again in
    # the meantime.)
    try:
        os.rename(tmpdir, cachedir)
    except OSError:
        pass

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    if kill:
        os.kill(0, signal.SIGTERM)
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    # Should we prune the cache?
    stamp = imgdir + '/cache.stamp'
    now = time.time()
    try:
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        # Prune at most once every hour
        if now - os.path.getmtime(stamp) < 3600:
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            exit(0)
    except OSError:
        pass
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    # Erase all directories that are older than 2 hours, and all
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    # files that have only one hardlinks.  Files that have more than
    # one hardlinks are referenced to by directories; so the hardlink
    # count will decrease when the directory is purged.
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    os.system('find ' + imgdir  + ' -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -mmin +120 '
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              + '\( -type d -o -links 1 \) -exec rm -rf {} +')
    # Create or update the stamp so we know when to run the next prune.
    open(stamp, "w", 0)
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    exit(0)

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# Assume Spot is installed
sys.path.insert(0, '@pythondir@')

if (os.environ.has_key('SERVER_SOFTWARE') and
    os.environ['SERVER_SOFTWARE'].startswith(MyHandler.server_version)):
    # We might be running from the build tree (but it's not sure).
    # Add the build and source directories first in the search path.
    # If we are not in the right place, python will find the installed
    # libraries later.
    sys.path.insert(0, '@srcdir@/../.libs')
    sys.path.insert(0, '@srcdir@/..')
    sys.path.insert(0, '../.libs')
    sys.path.insert(0, '..')
    # Darwin needs some help in figuring out where non-installed libtool
    # libraries are (on this platform libtool encodes the expected final
    # path of dependent libraries in each library).
    m = '../.libs:@top_builddir@/src/.libs:@top_builddir@/buddy/src/.libs'
    os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = m

try:
    execfile('ltl2tgba.opt')
except IOError:
    pass

import spot
import buddy

def alarm_handler(signum, frame):
    print """<p><font color="red">The script was aborted because
it has been running for too long.</font>  Please try a shorter formula,
or different options (not drawing automata usually helps).
If you want to benchmark big formulae it is
better to install Spot on your own computer.</p>"""
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    finish(kill = True)
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def reset_alarm():
    signal.alarm(30)

def render_dot(basename):
    print '<div class="dot">'
    if svg_output:
        ext = 'svg'
    else:
        ext = 'png'
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    outname = basename + '.' + ext
    # Do not call "dot" to generate a file that already exists.
    if not os.access(outname, os.F_OK):
        os.spawnlp(os.P_WAIT, dot, dot, dot_bgcolor, '-T' + ext,
                   '-Gsize=8.2,8.2', '-o', outname, basename + '.txt')
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    reset_alarm()
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    # Create an unused hardlink that point to the output picture
    # just to remember how many cache entries are sharing it.
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    os.link(outname, tmpdir + "/" + ext)
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    b = cgi.escape(basename)
    if svg_output:
        print ('<object type="image/svg+xml" data="' + b + '.svg">'
               + 'Your browser does not support SVG.</object>')
    else:
        print ('<img src="' + b + '.png"><br>(<a href="' + b
               + '.txt">dot source</a>)')
    print '</div>'

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def render_dot_maybe(dotsrc, dont_run_dot):
    # The dot output is named after the SHA1 of the dot source.
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    # This way we can cache two different requests that generate
    # the same automaton (e.g., when changing a simplification
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    # option that has no influence).
    autprefix = imgdir + '/' + hashlib.sha1(dotsrc).hexdigest()
    dotname = autprefix + '.txt'
    if not os.access(dotname, os.F_OK):
        dotout = open(dotname, "w", 0)
        dotout.write(dotsrc)
        dotout.close()
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    # just to remember how many cache entries are sharing it.
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    os.link(dotname, tmpdir + "/txt")
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    if dont_run_dot:
        print ('<p>' + dont_run_dot + ''' to be rendered on-line.  However
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you may download the <a href="''' + cgi.escape(autprefix)
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               + '.txt">source in dot format</a> and render it yourself.')
    else:
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        render_dot(autprefix)

def render_automaton(automaton, dont_run_dot, issba, deco = False):
    dotsrc = spot.ostringstream()
    if not deco:
        spot.dotty_reachable(dotsrc, automaton, issba)
    else:
        spot.dotty_reachable(dotsrc, automaton, issba, deco)
    render_dot_maybe(dotsrc.str(), dont_run_dot)
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def render_formula(f):
    dotsrc = spot.ostringstream()
    spot.dotty(dotsrc, f)
    render_dot_maybe(dotsrc.str(), False)
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def print_stats(automaton):
    stats = spot.stats_reachable(automaton)
    print "<p>", stats.states,
    if stats.states <= 1:
        print " state,",
    else:
        print " states,",
    print stats.transitions,
    if stats.transitions <= 1:
        print " transition,",
    else:
        print " transitions,",
    # compute the number of acceptance conditions
    count = automaton.number_of_acceptance_conditions()
    if count > 0:
        print count,
        if count <= 1:
            print "acceptance condition:",
        else:
            print "acceptance conditions:",
        acc = automaton.all_acceptance_conditions()
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        print spot.bdd_format_accset(automaton.get_dict(), acc)
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    else:
        print "no acceptance condition (all cycles are accepting)"
    print "</p>"
    # Decide whether we will render the automaton or not.
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    # (A webserver is not a computation center...)
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    if stats.states > 64:
        return "Automaton has too much states"
    if float(stats.transitions)/stats.states > 10:
        return "Automaton has too much transitions per states"
    return False

form = cgi.FieldStorage()

output_type = form.getfirst('o', 'v');

# Version requested.
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if output_type == 'v':
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    print 'Spot version ' + spot.version()
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    finish()
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spot.unblock_signal(signal.SIGALRM)
spot.unblock_signal(signal.SIGTERM)
os.setpgrp()
signal.signal(signal.SIGALRM, alarm_handler)
reset_alarm()

formula = form.getfirst('f', '')

env = spot.default_environment.instance()
pel = spot.empty_parse_error_list()
f = spot.parse(formula, pel, env)

if pel:
    print '<div class="parse-error">'
    err = spot.format_parse_errors(spot.get_cout(), formula, pel)
    print '</div>'

# Formula simplifications
opt = spot.Reduce_None
for r in form.getlist('r'):
    if r == 'br':
        opt = opt + spot.Reduce_Basics
    elif r == 'si':
        opt = opt + spot.Reduce_Syntactic_Implications
    elif r == 'eu':
        opt = opt + spot.Reduce_Eventuality_And_Universality
    elif r == 'lc':
        opt = opt + spot.Reduce_Containment_Checks_Stronger
if opt != spot.Reduce_None:
    f2 = spot.reduce(f, opt)
    f.destroy()
    f = f2

# Formula manipulation only.
if output_type == 'f':
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    formula_format = form.getfirst('ff', 'o')
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    if formula_format == 'o':
        print '<div class="formula spot-format">%s</div>' % f
    elif formula_format == 'i':
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        print ('<div class="formula spin-format">'
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               + spot.to_spin_string(f) + '</div>')
    elif formula_format == 'g':
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        render_formula(f)
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    finish()
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# Formula translation.
translator = form.getfirst('t', 'fm')

dict = spot.bdd_dict()

if translator == 'fm':
    exprop = False
    symb_merge = False
    branching_postponement = False
    fair_loop_approx = False
    for fm in form.getlist('fm'):
        if fm == 'od':
            exprop = True
        elif fm == 'sm':
            symb_merge = True
        elif fm == 'bp':
            branching_postponement = True
        elif fm == 'fl':
            fair_loop_approx = True
    automaton = spot.ltl_to_tgba_fm(f, dict,
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                                    branching_postponement, fair_loop_approx)
elif translator == 'la':
    automaton = spot.ltl_to_tgba_lacim(f, dict)
    if form.getfirst('la', '') == 'sp':
        automaton.delete_unaccepting_scc()
elif translator == 'ta':
    refined_rules = False
    if form.getfirst('ta', '') == 'lc':
        refined_rules = True
    automaton = spot.ltl_to_taa(f, dict, refined_rules)

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# Should it be displayed as a SBA?
issba = False

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# Monitor output
if output_type == 'm':
    automaton = spot.scc_filter(automaton)
    automaton = spot.minimize_monitor(automaton)
    print '<div class="automata-stats">'
    dont_run_dot = print_stats(automaton)
    print '</div>'
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    render_automaton(automaton, dont_run_dot, issba)
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    finish()
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# Automaton simplifications
prune_scc = False
wdba_minimize = False
for s in form.getlist('as'):
    if s == 'ps':
        prune_scc = True
    elif s == 'wd':
        wdba_minimize = True

if output_type == 'a':
    buchi_type = form.getfirst('af', 't')
elif output_type == 'r':
    buchi_type = form.getfirst('ra', 't')
else:
    print "Unkown output type 'o=%s'." % output_type
    automaton = 0
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    finish()
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degen = False
neverclaim = False
if buchi_type == 's':
    degen = True
elif buchi_type == 'i':
    degen = True
    neverclaim = True

if prune_scc:
    # Do not suppress all useless acceptance conditions if
    # degeneralization is requested: keeping those that lead to
    # accepting states usually helps.
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    automaton = spot.scc_filter(automaton, not degen)
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if wdba_minimize:
    minimized = spot.minimize_obligation_new(automaton, f)
    if minimized:
        automaton = minimized
        minimized = 0
        degen = False # No need to degeneralize anymore
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        issba = True
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if degen or neverclaim:
    degen = spot.tgba_sba_proxy(automaton)
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    issba = True
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else:
    degen = automaton

# Buchi Automaton Output
if output_type == 'a':
    if buchi_type == 'i':
        s = spot.ostringstream()
        spot.never_claim_reachable(s, degen, f)
        print '<div class="neverclaim">%s</div>' % cgi.escape(s.str())
        del s
    else: # 't' or 's'
        dont_run_dot = print_stats(degen)
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        render_automaton(degen, dont_run_dot, issba)
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    automaton = 0
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    finish()
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# Buchi Run Output
if output_type == 'r':

    print_acc_run = False
    draw_acc_run = False
    s = form.getfirst('rf', 'p')
    if s == 'p':
        print_acc_run = True
    elif s == 'd':
        draw_acc_run = True
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    err = ""
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    opt = (form.getfirst('ec', 'Cou99') + "(" +
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           form.getfirst('eo', '') + ")")
    eci, err = spot.emptiness_check_instantiator.construct(opt)

    if not eci:
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        print ('<div class="parse-error">Cannot parse "' + opt + '" near "'
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               + err + '".</div>')
    else:
        ec_a = 0
        n_acc = degen.number_of_acceptance_conditions()
        n_max = eci.max_acceptance_conditions()
        if (n_acc <= n_max):
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            ec_a = degen
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        else:
            print ('<div class="ec-error">Cannot run ' + opt
                   + ' on automata with more than ' + str(n_max)
                   + ' acceptance condition.<br/>Please build '
                   + 'a degeneralized B&uuml;chi automaton if you '
                   + 'want to try this algorithm.</div>')
        if ec_a:
            ec = eci.instantiate(ec_a)
        else:
            ec = 0

    if ec:
        ec_res = ec.check()
        if not ec_res:
            print '<div class="ec">No accepting run found.</div>'
        else:
            ec_run = ec_res.accepting_run()
            print '<div class="ec">An accepting run was found.<br/>'
            if ec_run:
                if print_acc_run:
                    s = spot.ostringstream()
                    spot.print_tgba_run(s, ec_a, ec_run)
                    print '<div class="accrun">%s</div>' % cgi.escape(s.str())
                    del s

                if draw_acc_run:
                    deco = spot.tgba_run_dotty_decorator(ec_run)
                    dont_run_dot = print_stats(ec_a)
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                    render_automaton(ec_a, dont_run_dot, issba, deco)
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                    del deco
                del ec_run
            del ec_res
            print '</div>'
        del ec
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        del ec_a
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    automaton = 0
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    finish()