|Subject:||Re: Emacs and jEdit|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Jul 2016 15:34:32 +0200|
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On 18.07.2016 14:11, Kaushal Modi wrote:
Isabelle/HOL is a theorem prover, used to prove the correctness of code for example.
Like Coq or ACL2.
To the extend shown, that's the purpose.
It is an renewed alert. Already mentioned circular dependencies related to syntax-propertize for example, which make this section hard to debug and maintain. Also think the smie-stuff might be considered as failing.
It was supported inside proof-general. But support was withdrawn from Isabelle/HOL's side, going frustrated by ongoing difficulties IIUC.
Yes. Isabelle/HOL uses an dialect of SML internally, files are indicated by the ending ".thy"
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