Commit 1f4a4d60 authored by Ralf Jung's avatar Ralf Jung
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parent 0c5631c4
...@@ -355,6 +355,9 @@ Proof. ...@@ -355,6 +355,9 @@ Proof.
Qed. Qed.
End heap. End heap.
(** Evaluate [lem] to a hypothesis [H] that can be applied, and then run
[wp_bind K; tac H] for every possible evaluation context. [tac] can do
[iApplyHyp H] to actually apply the hypothesis. *)
Tactic Notation "wp_apply_core" open_constr(lem) tactic(tac) := Tactic Notation "wp_apply_core" open_constr(lem) tactic(tac) :=
wp_pures; wp_pures;
iPoseProofCore lem as false true (fun H => iPoseProofCore lem as false true (fun H =>
...@@ -375,10 +378,10 @@ Tactic Notation "wp_apply_core" open_constr(lem) tactic(tac) := ...@@ -375,10 +378,10 @@ Tactic Notation "wp_apply_core" open_constr(lem) tactic(tac) :=
end). end).
Tactic Notation "wp_apply" open_constr(lem) := Tactic Notation "wp_apply" open_constr(lem) :=
wp_apply_core lem (fun H => iApplyHyp H; try iNext; try wp_expr_simpl). wp_apply_core lem (fun H => iApplyHyp H; try iNext; try wp_expr_simpl).
(** Tactic tailored for atomic triples: the first, simple one just runs iAuIntro (** Tactic tailored for atomic triples: the first, simple one just runs
on the goal, as atomic triples always have an atomic update as their premise. [iAuIntro] on the goal, as atomic triples always have an atomic update as their
The second one additionaly does some framing: it gets rid of `Hs` from the premise. The second one additionaly does some framing: it gets rid of [Hs] from
context, which is intended to be the non-laterable assertions that iAuIntro the context, which is intended to be the non-laterable assertions that iAuIntro
would choke on. You get them all back in the continuation of the atomic would choke on. You get them all back in the continuation of the atomic
operation. *) operation. *)
Tactic Notation "awp_apply" open_constr(lem) := Tactic Notation "awp_apply" open_constr(lem) :=
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