Commit e64a1bf5 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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* NEWS: Mention utf-8 output.

parent 6ea88efd
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ New in spot 0.8.3a:
with rules for PSL operators (and some new LTL rules as well).
See doc/tl/tl.pdf for the list of the rewritings implemented.
- Some of these rewritings that may produce larger formulas
(For instance to rewrite "{a;b;c}" as "a & X(b & Xc)".)
(for instance to rewrite "{a;b;c}" into "a & X(b & Xc)")
may be explicitely disabled with a new option.
- The src/ltltest/randltl tool can now generate random SEREs
and random PSL formulae.
......@@ -23,21 +23,27 @@ New in spot 0.8.3a:
translation from SERE to DFA is likely to be rewriten in a
future version.
- A new function, length_boolone(), computes the size of an
LTL/PSL formula while considering that any Boolean term
has length 1.
LTL/PSL formula while considering that any Boolean term has
length 1.
- The LTL/PSL parser recognizes some UTF-8 characters (like ◇ or
∧) as operators, and some output routines now have an UTF-8
output mode. Tools like randltl and ltl2tgba have gained an -8
option to enable such output. See doc/tl/tl.pdf for the list
of recognized codepoints.
- A new direct simulation reduction has been implemented. It
works directly on TGBAs. It is in src/tgbaalgos/simlation.hh,
and it can be tested via ltl2tgba's -RDS option.
- changes to the on-line translator:
+ SVG output is available
+ can display some properties of a formula
+ new options for direct simulation and larger rewritings
+ new options for direct simulation, larger rewritings, and
utf-8 output
- configure --without-included-lbtt will prevent LBTT from being
configured and built. This helps on systems (such as MinGW)
where LBTT cannot be built. The test-suite will skip any
LBTT-based test if LBTT is missing.
* Interface changes:
- Operators ->, <->, U, W, R, and M are no parsed as
- Operators ->, <->, U, W, R, and M are now parsed as
right-associative to better match the PSL standard.
- The new entry point for LTL/PSL simplifications is the function
ltl_simplifier::simplify() declared in src/ltlvisit/simplify.hh.
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