Commit 00bf8d16 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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* doc/org/ioltl.org: Typos.

parent 9bd49cfc
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ ltl2tgba --help | sed -n '/Input options:/,/^$/p' | sed '1d;$d'
: --lenient parenthesized blocks that cannot be parsed as
: subformulas are considered as atomic properties
=-f= is used to pass one formula one the command line, but this option can
=-f= is used to pass one formula on the command line, but this option can
be repeated to pass multiple formulas.
=-F= is used to read formulas from a file (one formula per line).
......@@ -149,17 +149,17 @@ ltlfilt --help | sed -n '/Output options:/,/^$/p' | sed '1d;$d'
# LocalWords: syntaxes LTL PSL num toc SRC ltl tgba sed FILENAME
The =--spot=, =--utf-8=, =--spin=, =--wring= select different
output syntax as seen in [[tab:formula-syntaxes][the above table]]. The =-p= option can
be used to request that parenthesis be used at all levels.
The =--spot=, =--utf-8=, =--spin=, =--wring= options select different
output syntaxes as seen in [[tab:formula-syntaxes][the above table]]. The =-p= option can
be used to request that parentheses be used at all levels.
Note that by default Spot always output parentheses around operators
Note that by default Spot always outputs parentheses around operators
such as =U=, because not all tools agree on their associativity. For
instance =a U b U c= is read by Spot as =a U (b U c)= (because =U= is
right-associative in the PSL standard), while Spin (among other tools)
with read it as =(a U b) U c=.
The =--lbt= option request an output in LBT's prefix format, and in
The =--lbt= option requests an output in LBT's prefix format, and in
that case discussing associativity and parentheses makes no sense.
# LocalWords: lbt LBT's filename UTF gfa GFa ltlfilt LBTT scheck
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