Commit b7e77743 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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org: fix lists of escape sequences

* doc/org/autfilt.org, doc/org/ltl2tgba.org, doc/org/ltlfilt.org: Here.
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......@@ -127,25 +127,59 @@ autfilt --stats='%s states, %e edges, %a acc-sets, %c SCCs, det=%d'
The following =%= sequences are available:
#+BEGIN_SRC sh :results verbatim :exports results
autfilt --help | sed -n '/^ %%/,/^$/p' | sed '$d'
ltl2tgba --help | sed -n '/ sequences:/,/^$/p' | sed '1d;$d'
#+END_SRC
#+RESULTS:
#+begin_example
%< the part of the line before the formula if it
comes from a column extracted from a CSV file
%> the part of the line after the formula if it comes
from a column extracted from a CSV file
%% a single %
%A, %a number of acceptance sets
%C, %c number of SCCs
%a number of acceptance sets
%c, %[LETTERS]c number of SCCs; you may filter the SCCs to count
using the following LETTERS, possibly
concatenated: (a) accepting, (r) rejecting, (c)
complete, (v) trivial, (t) terminal, (w) weak,
(iw) inherently weak. Use uppercase letters to
negate them.
%d 1 if the output is deterministic, 0 otherwise
%E, %e number of edges
%e number of reachable edges
%f the formula, in Spot's syntax
%F name of the input file
%G, %g acceptance condition (in HOA syntax)
%g, %[LETTERS]g acceptance condition (in HOA syntax); add brackets
to print an acceptance name instead and LETTERS to
tweak the format: (0) no parameters, (a)
accentuated, (b) abbreviated, (d) style used in
dot output, (g) no generalized parameter, (l)
recognize Street-like and Rabin-like, (m) no main
parameter, (p) no parity parameter, (o) name
unknown acceptance as 'other', (s) shorthand for
'lo0'.
%h the automaton in HOA format on a single line (use
%[opt]h to specify additional options as in
--hoa=opt)
%L location in the input file
%M, %m name of the automaton
%m name of the automaton
%n number of nondeterministic states in output
%p 1 if the output is complete, 0 otherwise
%r processing time (excluding parsing) in seconds
%S, %s number of states
%T, %t number of transitions
%r wall-clock time elapsed in seconds (excluding
parsing)
%R, %[LETTERS]R CPU time (excluding parsing), in seconds; Add
LETTERS to restrict to(u) user time, (s) system
time, (p) parent process, or (c) children
processes.
%s number of reachable states
%t number of reachable transitions
%w one word accepted by the output automaton
%x, %[LETTERS]x number of atomic propositions declared in the
automaton; add LETTERS to list atomic
propositions with (n) no quoting, (s) occasional
double-quotes with C-style escape, (d)
double-quotes with C-style escape, (c)
double-quotes with CSV-style escape, (p) between
parentheses, any extra non-alphanumeric character
will be used to separate propositions
#+end_example
When a letter is available both as uppercase and lowercase, the
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......@@ -981,26 +981,59 @@ statistics should be output, and how they should be output using the
following sequence of characters (other characters are output as-is):
#+BEGIN_SRC sh :results verbatim :exports results
ltl2tgba --help | sed -n '/^ *%/p'
ltl2tgba --help | sed -n '/ sequences:/,/^$/p' | sed '1d;$d'
#+END_SRC
#+RESULTS:
#+begin_example
%< the part of the line before the formula if it
comes from a column extracted from a CSV file
%> the part of the line after the formula if it comes
from a column extracted from a CSV file
%% a single %
%a number of acceptance sets
%c number of SCCs
%c, %[LETTERS]c number of SCCs; you may filter the SCCs to count
using the following LETTERS, possibly
concatenated: (a) accepting, (r) rejecting, (c)
complete, (v) trivial, (t) terminal, (w) weak,
(iw) inherently weak. Use uppercase letters to
negate them.
%d 1 if the output is deterministic, 0 otherwise
%e number of edges
%e number of reachable edges
%f the formula, in Spot's syntax
%F name of the input file
%g acceptance condition (in HOA syntax)
%g, %[LETTERS]g acceptance condition (in HOA syntax); add brackets
to print an acceptance name instead and LETTERS to
tweak the format: (0) no parameters, (a)
accentuated, (b) abbreviated, (d) style used in
dot output, (g) no generalized parameter, (l)
recognize Street-like and Rabin-like, (m) no main
parameter, (p) no parity parameter, (o) name
unknown acceptance as 'other', (s) shorthand for
'lo0'.
%h the automaton in HOA format on a single line (use
%[opt]h to specify additional options as in
--hoa=opt)
%L location in the input file
%m name of the automaton
%n number of nondeterministic states in output
%p 1 if the output is complete, 0 otherwise
%r processing time (excluding parsing) in seconds
%s number of states
%t number of transitions
%r wall-clock time elapsed in seconds (excluding
parsing)
%R, %[LETTERS]R CPU time (excluding parsing), in seconds; Add
LETTERS to restrict to(u) user time, (s) system
time, (p) parent process, or (c) children
processes.
%s number of reachable states
%t number of reachable transitions
%w one word accepted by the output automaton
%x, %[LETTERS]x number of atomic propositions declared in the
automaton; add LETTERS to list atomic
propositions with (n) no quoting, (s) occasional
double-quotes with C-style escape, (d)
double-quotes with C-style escape, (c)
double-quotes with CSV-style escape, (p) between
parentheses, any extra non-alphanumeric character
will be used to separate propositions
#+end_example
For instance we can study the size of the automata generated for the
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......@@ -493,18 +493,15 @@ GF(1 U b)
The =--format= option can be used the alter the way formulas are output.
The list of supported =%=-escape sequences are recalled in the =--help= output:
#+BEGIN_SRC sh :results verbatim :exports results
ltlfilt --help | sed -n '/The FORMAT/,/^$/p' | sed '$d'
ltlfilt --help | sed -n '/ sequences:/,/^$/p' | sed '1d;$d'
#+END_SRC
#+RESULTS:
#+begin_example
The FORMAT string passed to --format may use the following interpreted
sequences:
%< the part of the line before the formula if it
comes from a column extracted from a CSV file
%> the part of the line after the formula if it comes
from a column extracted from a CSV file
%% a single %
%a number of atomic propositions used in the formula
%b the Boolean-length of the formula (i.e., all
Boolean subformulas count as 1)
%f the formula (in the selected syntax)
......@@ -513,7 +510,26 @@ ltlfilt --help | sed -n '/The FORMAT/,/^$/p' | sed '$d'
hierarchy ([v] replaces abbreviations by class
names, [w] for all compatible classes)
%L the original line number in the input file
%[OP]n the nesting depth of operator OP. OP should be a
single letter denoting the operator to count, or
multiple letters to fuse several operators during
depth evaluation. Add '~' to rewrite the formula
in negative normal form before counting.
%r wall-clock time elapsed in seconds (excluding
parsing)
%R, %[LETTERS]R CPU time (excluding parsing), in seconds; Add
LETTERS to restrict to(u) user time, (s) system
time, (p) parent process, or (c) children
processes.
%s the length (or size) of the formula
%x, %[LETTERS]X, %[LETTERS]x number of atomic propositions used in the
formula; add LETTERS to list atomic propositions
with (n) no quoting, (s) occasional double-quotes
with C-style escape, (d) double-quotes with
C-style escape, (c) double-quotes with CSV-style
escape, (p) between parentheses, any extra
non-alphanumeric character will be used to
separate propositions
#+end_example
As a trivial example, use
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