cafeobj 1.5.5-1 source package in Ubuntu
cafeobj (1.5.5-1) unstable; urgency=medium * new upstream release * update copyright file * debian/control: update Vcs and homepage fields * fix emacs startup file, thanks to Kevin Ryde (Closes: #806932) * cherry pick upstream change to use tikz instead of graffle generated images in namespace documentation * adjust autoconf files to rebuild all documentation * add texlive-generic-extra to build deps (Closes: #830445) * documentation files: use tikz instead of graffle generated pdf * bump standards version, no changes necessary * add MotoyaLMaru fonts to build deps for logo * add texlive-extra-utils, ghostscript for pdfcrop to build-deps -- Norbert Preining <email address hidden> Wed, 27 Jul 2016 23:21:44 +0900
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- cafeobj: new generation algebraic specification and programming language
CafeOBJ is a most advanced formal specification language which
inherits many advanced features (e.g. flexible mix-fix syntax,
powerful and clear typing system with ordered sorts, parameteric
modules and views for instantiating the parameters, and module
expressions, etc.) from OBJ (or more exactly OBJ3) algebraic
CafeOBJ is a language for writing formal (i.e. mathematical)
specifications of models for wide varieties of software and systems,
and verifying properties of them. CafeOBJ implements equational logic
by rewriting and can be used as a powerful interactive theorem proving
system. Specifiers can write proof scores also in CafeOBJ and doing
proofs by executing the proof scores.
CafeOBJ has state-of-art rigorous logical semantics based on
institutions. The CafeOBJ cube shows the structure of the various
logics underlying the combination of the various paradigms implemented
by the language. Proof scores in CafeOBJ are also based on institution
based rigorous semantics, and can be constructed using a complete set
of proof rules.
- cafeobj-mode: Emacs major mode for editing CafeOBJ source code
cafeobj-mode provides syntax highlighting and indentation for CafeOBJ
source code inside emacs. Included is the ability to interact with a
CafeOBJ interpreter inside emacs and to send expressions from CafeOBJ
source files to the running interpreter.