Commit 096edf22 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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* NEWS: Reword some entries.

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* ltldo has a new option --errors=... to specify how to deal
with errors from executed tools.
* autfilt has several new options to filter automata by count of
SCCs (--sccs=RANGE) or by type of SCCs (--accepting-sccs=RANGE,
* autfilt learned to filter automata by count of SCCs (--sccs=RANGE)
or by type of SCCs (--accepting-sccs=RANGE,
--rejecting-sccs=RANGE, trivial-sccs=RANGE, --terminal-sccs=RANGE,
--weak-sccs=RANGE, --inherently-weak-sccs=RANGE).
* autfilt --remove-unused-ap can be used to remove atomic
proposition that are declared in the input automaton, but not
actually used. This of course makes sense only for input/output
formats that declare atomic proposition (HOA & DSTAR).
* autfilt learned --remove-unused-ap to remove atomic proposition
that are declared in the input automaton, but not actually used.
This of course makes sense only for input/output formats that
declare atomic proposition (HOA & DSTAR).
* autfilt has two new options to filter automata by count of used or
* autfilt learned two options to filter automata by count of used or
unused atomic propositions: --used-ap=RANGE --unused-ap=RANGE.
These differ from --ap=RANGE that only consider *declared* atomic
propositions, regardless of whether they are actually used.
* autfilt can filter automata by count of nondeterministsic states
with --nondet-states=RANGE.
* autfilt learned to filter automata by count of nondeterministsic
states with --nondet-states=RANGE.
* autfilt can filter automata representing stutter-invariant
* autfilt learned to filter automata representing stutter-invariant
properties with --is-stutter-invariant.
* autfilt has two new options to highlight non-determinism:
* autfilt learned two new options to highlight non-determinism:
--highlight-nondet-states=NUM and --highlight-nondet-states=NUM
where NUM is a color number. Additionally --highlight-nondet=NUM
is a shorthand for using the two.
where NUM is a color number. Additionally --highlight-nondet=NUM is
a shorthand for using the two.
* autfilt can now highlight a run matching a given word using the
* autfilt learned to highlight a run matching a given word using the
--highlight-word=[NUM,]WORD option. However currently this only
work on automata with Fin-less acceptance.
* ltlcross and ltldo have a new syntax to specify that an input
* ltlcross and ltldo learned a new syntax to specify that an input
formula should be written in some given syntax after rewriting
some operators away. For instance the defaults arguments passed
to ltl2dstar have been changed from
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'b U (a & b)' instead. The operators that can be listed between
brackets are the same as those of ltlfilt --unabbreviate option.
* genltl has learned three new families: --dac-patterns=1..45,
* genltl learned three new families: --dac-patterns=1..45,
--eh-patterns=1..12, and --sb-patterns=1..27. Unlike other options
these do not output scalable patterns, but simply a list of formulas
appearing in these three papers: Dwyer et al (FMSP'98), Etessami &
Holzmann (Concur'00), Somenzi & Bloem (CAV'00).
* genltl has two additional options, --positive and --negative, to
control wether formulas should be output after negation or not (or
both).
* genltl learned two options, --positive and --negative, to control
wether formulas should be output after negation or not (or both).
* Arguments passed to -x (in ltl2tgba, ltl2tgta, autfilt, dstar2tgba)
that are not used are now reported as they might be typos.
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* A new example page shows how to test the equivalence of
two LTL/PSL formulas. https://spot.lrde.epita.fr/tut04.html
* A new page discusses explicit vs. on-the-fly interfaces for
exploring automata in C++. https://spot.lrde.epita.fr/tut50.html
* The concepts.html page now lists all named properties
used by automata.
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