Commit 2776de87 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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More documentation.

* README: Introduce Spot, and point to the documentation.
* wrap/python/ajax/README: Mention ltl3ba 1.0.2.
parent aa2374c5
Overview
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Spot is a model-checking library developed collaboratively by LRDE
and LIP6. It provides algorithms and data structures to implement
the automata-theoretic approach to LTL model checking.
It is mainly meant to be used as a C++ library, but it also comes with
a few handy command-line utilities, and some (limited) Python
bindings.
Keeping in touch
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flags from a built-in list.
Documentation
=============
Some documentation can be found in the doc/ directory.
- doc/spot.html/ contains documentation for the C++ library.
- doc/tl/tl.pdf contains documentation about the various temporal
logic operators supported by Spot
"make install" will install man pages for command-line tools. (These
man pages can also be found in the src/bin/man/ subdirectory of the
source tree.) Additional documentation about these tools can be
found on-line at http://spot.lip6.fr/userdoc/tools.html
Layout of the source tree
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buddy/ A patched version of BuDDy 2.3 (a BDD library).
lbtt/ lbtt 1.2.1 (an LTL to Büchi automata test bench).
lbtt/ lbtt 1.2.1a (an LTL to Büchi automata test bench).
ltdl/ Libtool's portable dlopen() wrapper library.
lib/ Gnulib's portability modules.
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The "ltl3ba" tab will only be enabled if ltl3ba is available (as
checked by ./configure) and supports options -v/-U/-T (checked by the
CGI script). Any version strickly greater than 1.0.1 should be OK.
CGI script). These option were introduced into ltl3ba version 1.0.2.
Standalone usage
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