The lpssim tool simulates a linear process specification (LPS) using a command-line interface.
In the first screen, lpssim shows the state vector of the initial state and a list of all possible transitions that can be taken from this state. These transitions are numbered from 0 onwards. For each transition, the state vector of the state that is reached after taking that transition, is shown. When a transition has been taken, lpssim shows the action label of that transition, the state vector of the current state and (again) a list of numbered transitions that can be taken from the current state along with the state vector of the resulting state, respectively.
On the lpssim command-line - which starts with a question mark
? - the
following commands can be entered:
Execute the action with number n from the list of actions that are possible in the current state.
Go to previous state in the trace.
Go to next state in the trace.
Go to initial state. Note that this preserves the trace; it is equivalent to
g n, goto n
Go to position n of the trace.
Print the current trace. The current position in the trace is indicated with
l filename, load filename
Load a trace from filename.
s filename, save filename
Save the current trace to filename.
Display a help message explaining the available commands.
q, quit, Ctrl-D
lpssim [OPTION]... [INFILE]
Simulate the LPS in INFILE via a text-based interface.
Command line options
do not replace global variables in the LPS with dummy values
limit enumeration of quantifiers to NUM iterations. (Default NUM=1000, NUM=0 for unlimited).
use rewrite strategy NAME:
compiled jitty rewriting
jitty rewriting with prover
append timing measurements to FILE. Measurements are written to standard error if no FILE is provided
do not display warning messages
display short intermediate messages
display detailed intermediate messages
display intermediate messages up to and including level
display help information
display version information
display help information, including hidden and experimental options