SLAyer is an automatic formal verification tool that uses separation logic to verify memory safety of C programs.
SLAyer is licensed under the MIT licence included in theLICENSE file.
Building and testing SLAyer has some dependencies on the environment. To set this up, start in a VS 201x shell. Then enter a bash shell, cd to here, and execute:
$ source config.sh
To build SLAyer:
$ cd src; make; cd ..
The slayer.exe will be left in the bin directory.
See src/README for additional building instructions.
To run the tests:
Start a new VS2010+bash shell, and cd to here. (The reason to start a new shell is that SLAyer is built using the usual VS compiler, but when slayer runs on tests, it needs to run the WDK compiler.)
$ source ./config.sh
$ cd test; source config.sh
$ cd sll
$ slayer -vSE 3 -vAbs 2 traverse.c
See test/README for additional testing instructions.
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