Commit ff0eada8 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz
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* NEWS: Mention lenient parsing.

parent 86dac4aa
......@@ -40,7 +40,8 @@ New in spot 0.9.2a:
These binaries are built in the src/bin/ directory. The former
test versions of genltl and randltl have been removed from the
source tree. The old version of ltl2tgba with its gazillion
options is still is src/tgbatest/ and used for testing.
options is still is src/tgbatest/ and is meant to be used for
testing only.
* New features in the Spot library:
......@@ -72,7 +73,7 @@ New in spot 0.9.2a:
A discussion of these automata, part of Ala Eddine BEN SALEM's
PhD work, should appear in ToPNoC VI (LNCS 7400). The web-based
interface and the aformentioned ltl2tgta tool, can be used
interface and the aformentioned ltl2tgta tool can be used
to build testing automata.
- TGBA can now be reduced by Reverse Simulation (in addition to
......@@ -91,6 +92,14 @@ New in spot 0.9.2a:
to_lbt_string() can be used to print an LTL formula using this
- The LTL/PSL parser now has a lenient mode that can be usefull
to interpret atomic proposition with language-specific constructs.
In lenient mode, any (...) or {...} block that cannot be parsed
as formula will be assumed to be an atomic proposition.
For instance the input (a < b) U (process[2]@ok), normally
flagged as a syntax error, is read as "a < b" U "process[2]@ok"
in lenient mode.
- minimize_obligation() has a new option to disable WDBA
minimization it cases it would produce a deterministic automaton
that is bigger than the original TGBA. This can help
......@@ -110,6 +119,13 @@ New in spot 0.9.2a:
syntax. However inside SERE it is interpreted as the Kleen
- When printing a formula using Spin's LTL syntax, we don't
double-quote complex atomic propositions (that was not valid
Spin input anyway). For instance F"foo == 2" used to be
output as <>"foo == 2". We now output <>(foo == 2) instead.
The latter syntax is understood by Spin 6. It can be read
back by Spot in lenient mode (see above).
- The gspn-ssp benchmark has been removed.
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