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The port makes the following notable changes: * The carrier types of separation algebras and integer environments are no longer in Set. Now they have a type at a fixed type level above Set. This both works better in 8.5 and makes the formalization more general. I have tried putting them at polymorphic type levels, but that increased the compilation time by an order of magnitude. * I am using a custom f_equal tactic written in Ltac to circumvent bug #4069. That bug has been fixed, so this custom tactic can be removed when the next beta of 8.5 is out.

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Important changes in the core semantics: * Types extended with function types. Since function types are a special kind of pointer types, types now have an additional mutual part called "ptr_type". * Pointers extended with function pointers. Theses are just names that refer to an actual function in the function environment. * Typing environments extended to assign argument and return types to function names. Before we used a separate environment for these, but since the argument and return types are already needed to type function pointers, this environment would appear in pretty much every typing judgment. As a sideeffect, the frontend has been rewritten entirely. The important changes are: * Type checking of expressions is more involved: there is a special kind of expression type corresponding to a function designator. * To handle things like block scoped extern function, more statefullness was needed. To prepare for future extensions, the entire frontend now uses a state monad.

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addresses. The operation "mem_force Γ m a" used to apply the identify function to pricisely the object "a", even in case "a" is an "unsigned char" address refering to an individual byte. This caused the ctree substructure of the entire subobject to disappear and had the undesired effect that: mem_force Γ a m ⊑{Γ,true@Γm} m failed to hold (i.e. unused reads cannot be removed).

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The refinement relation on addresses allows union references to be refined: (β2 → β1) → RUnion i s β1 ⊆ RUnion i s β2 The result is that frozen values are below their unfrozen variant, which made it possible to prove that constant propagation (see constant_propagation.v) can be performed on the level of the memory model.

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Now it only performs injection on hypotheses of the shape f .. = f ..

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* Equality comparison of NULL and non NULL pointers should be defined * Pointer comparisons, casts, and truth should only be defined for pointers that are alive * Treat dead pointers as indeterminate values in refinements. The proofs that all operations preserve refinement indicate that dead pointers can be indeed by replaced by anything without affecting the program's behavior.

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Major changes: * Make void a base type, and include a proper void base value. This is necessary because expressions (free, functions without return value) can yield a void. We now also allow void casts conforming to the C standard. * Various missing lemmas about typing, weakening, decidability, ... * The operations "free" and "alloc" now operate on lvalues instead of rvalues. This removes some duplication. * Improve notations of expressions and statements. Change the presence of the operators conforming to the C standard. Small changes: * Use the classes "Typed" and "TypeCheck" for validity of indexes in memory. This gives more uniform notations. * New tactic "typed_inversion" performs inversion on an inductive predicate of type "Typed" and folds the premises. * Remove a horrible hack in the definitions of the classes "FMap", "MBind", "OMap", "Alter" that was used to let "simpl" behave better. Instead, we have defined a tactic "csimpl" that folds the results after performing an ordinary "simpl". * Fast operation to remove duplicates from lists using hashsets. * Make various type constructors (mainly finite map implementations) universe polymorphic by packing them into an inductive. This way, the whole C syntax can live in type, avoiding the need for (slow) universe checks.

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* Remove generic path_typed instance for lists. For the zippers in the operational semantics, it goes the other way around. * Remove constructor lemmas for values/memory_trees and use a generic tactic instead. This tactic uses the standard constructor tactic, but folds the type classes afterward.

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Major changes: * A data structure to collect locked addresses in memory. * Operations to lock and unlock addresses. * Remove [ctree_Forall] and express it using [Forall] and [ctree_flatten]. This saves a lot of lines of code. * Add a [void] value. This value cannot be typed, but will be used as a dummy return value for functions with return type [void]. Minor changes: * Various deciders in preparation of the executable semantics. * Improve naming and notations. * Remove obsolete stuff.

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* Parametrize refinements with memories. This way, refinements imply typing, for example [w1 ⊑{Γ,f@m1↦m2} w2 : τ → (Γ,m1) ⊢ w1 : τ]. This relieves us from various hacks. * Use addresses instead of index/references pairs for lookup and alter operations on memories. * Prove various disjointness properties.

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The refactoring includes: * Use infix notations for the various list relations * More consistent naming * Put lemmas on one line whenever possible * Change proofs into oneliners when possible * Make better use of the "Implicit Types" command * Improve the order of the list module by placing all definitions at the start, then the proofs, and finally the tactics. Besides, there is some new machinery for proofs by reflection on lists. It is used for a decision procedure for permutations and list containment.

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