sail

Sail is a language for describing the instruction semantics of processors
Description

Sail is a language for describing the instruction-set architecture (ISA) semantics of processors. Sail aims to provide a engineer-friendly, vendor-pseudocode-like language for describing instruction semantics. It is essentially a first-order imperative language, but with lightweight dependent typing for numeric types and bitvector lengths, which are automatically checked using Z3. It has been used for several papers, available from http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~pes20/sail/.

Install
Sources
0.14.tar.gz
md5=2f603673d22508f622a378d11accbd6e
sha512=bb0521dd7ab78d2756c7fecb715e7fef2ad9fc1731d56c9199c83b768c0fa4d9d84b1e5b5304f9c706fc9eac8186923dc81225f7a0d36f66c15ef6801be9102d
Dependencies
yojson
>= "1.6.0"
base64
>= "3.1.0"
omd
>= "1.3.1" & < "2.0.0~alpha1"
linksem
>= "0.3"
lem
>= "2018-12-14"
ott
>= "0.28" & build
linenoise
>= "1.1.0"
menhir
build & < "20211215"
ocaml
>= "4.06.1"
Reverse Dependencies