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# Packages matching: installed
# Name                   # Installed # Synopsis
base-bigarray            base
base-threads             base
base-unix                base
conf-findutils           1           Virtual package relying on findutils
conf-gmp                 3           Virtual package relying on a GMP lib system installation
coq                      dev         Formal proof management system
dune                     2.9.1       Fast, portable, and opinionated build system
ocaml                    4.05.0      The OCaml compiler (virtual package)
ocaml-base-compiler      4.05.0      Official 4.05.0 release
ocaml-config             1           OCaml Switch Configuration
ocaml-secondary-compiler 4.08.1-1    OCaml 4.08.1 Secondary Switch Compiler
ocamlfind                1.9.1       A library manager for OCaml
ocamlfind-secondary      1.9.1       Adds support for ocaml-secondary-compiler to ocamlfind
zarith                   1.12        Implements arithmetic and logical operations over arbitrary-precision integers
# opam file:
opam-version: "2.0"
maintainer: "FCSL <fcsl@software.imdea.org>"
homepage: "http://software.imdea.org/fcsl/"
bug-reports: "https://github.com/imdea-software/fcsl-pcm/issues"
dev-repo: "git+https://github.com/imdea-software/fcsl-pcm.git"
license: "Apache-2.0"
build: [ make "-j%{jobs}%" ]
install: [ make "install" ]
depends: [
  "coq" {(>= "8.11" & < "8.13~") | (= "dev")}
  "coq-mathcomp-ssreflect" {(>= "1.10.0" & < "1.12~") | (= "dev")}
]
tags: [
  "keyword:separation logic"
  "keyword:partial commutative monoid"
  "category:Computer Science/Data Types and Data Structures"
  "logpath:fcsl"
  "date:2020-10-15"
]
authors: [
  "Aleksandar Nanevski"
]
synopsis: "Partial Commutative Monoids"
description: """
The PCM library provides a formalisation of Partial Commutative Monoids (PCMs),
a common algebraic structure used in separation logic for verification of
pointer-manipulating sequential and concurrent programs.
The library provides lemmas for mechanised and automated reasoning about PCMs
in the abstract, but also supports concrete common PCM instances, such as heaps,
histories and mutexes.
This library relies on extensionality axioms: propositional and
functional extentionality."""
url {
  src: "https://github.com/imdea-software/fcsl-pcm/archive/v1.3.0.tar.gz"
  checksum: "sha256=3ac78341d681df1a35ad720a84b81089eec1bee30197b15d15b29a3d8c3cec85"
}

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# Packages matching: installed
# Name                   # Installed # Synopsis
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base-threads             base
base-unix                base
conf-findutils           1           Virtual package relying on findutils
conf-gmp                 3           Virtual package relying on a GMP lib system installation
coq                      dev         Formal proof management system
coq-mathcomp-ssreflect   dev         Small Scale Reflection
dune                     2.9.1       Fast, portable, and opinionated build system
ocaml                    4.05.0      The OCaml compiler (virtual package)
ocaml-base-compiler      4.05.0      Official 4.05.0 release
ocaml-config             1           OCaml Switch Configuration
ocaml-secondary-compiler 4.08.1-1    OCaml 4.08.1 Secondary Switch Compiler
ocamlfind                1.9.1       A library manager for OCaml
ocamlfind-secondary      1.9.1       Adds support for ocaml-secondary-compiler to ocamlfind
zarith                   1.12        Implements arithmetic and logical operations over arbitrary-precision integers
[NOTE] Package coq is already installed (current version is dev).
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- coq_makefile -f _CoqProject -o CoqMakefile
- make --no-print-directory -f CoqMakefile 
- COQDEP VFILES
- COQC options.v
- COQC core/axioms.v
- COQC core/ordtype.v
- File "./core/axioms.v", line 92, characters 0-28:
- Warning: The default value for hint locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding hints outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Hint Unfold foo : bar." [deprecated-hint-without-locality,deprecated]
- COQC core/prelude.v
- File "./core/ordtype.v", line 132, characters 15-32:
- Warning: Notation subseq_order_path is deprecated since mathcomp 1.12.0.
- Use subseq_path instead. [deprecated-syntactic-definition,deprecated]
- File "./core/ordtype.v", line 132, characters 15-32:
- Warning: Notation subseq_order_path is deprecated since mathcomp 1.12.0.
- Use subseq_path instead. [deprecated-syntactic-definition,deprecated]
- File "./core/ordtype.v", line 136, characters 17-30:
- Error: The reference eq_sorted_irr was not found in the current environment.
- 
- make[2]: *** [CoqMakefile:764: core/ordtype.vo] Error 1
- make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 212, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 213, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 215, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 216, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 218, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 219, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 221, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 222, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 224, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 225, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 227, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 228, characters 0-81:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
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- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 233, characters 0-87:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 234, characters 0-84:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 237, characters 0-82:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 238, characters 0-79:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 240, characters 0-82:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 241, characters 0-79:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 243, characters 0-82:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 244, characters 0-79:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 246, characters 0-82:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 247, characters 0-79:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 249, characters 0-82:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 250, characters 0-79:
- Warning: The default value for instance locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding instances outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
- File "./core/prelude.v", line 376, characters 0-86:
- Warning: The default value for hint locality is currently "local" in a
- section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
- release. For the time being, adding hints outside of sections without
- specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
- recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
- #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
- Hint Unfold foo : bar." [deprecated-hint-without-locality,deprecated]
- make[1]: *** [CoqMakefile:387: all] Error 2
- make: *** [Makefile:13: invoke-coqmakefile] Error 2
[ERROR] The compilation of coq-fcsl-pcm failed at "/home/bench/.opam/opam-init/hooks/sandbox.sh build make -j7".
#=== ERROR while compiling coq-fcsl-pcm.1.3.0 =================================#
# context              2.0.1 | linux/x86_64 | ocaml-base-compiler.4.05.0 | file:///home/bench/run/opam-coq-archive/released
# path                 ~/.opam/ocaml-base-compiler.4.05.0/.opam-switch/build/coq-fcsl-pcm.1.3.0
# command              ~/.opam/opam-init/hooks/sandbox.sh build make -j7
# exit-code            2
# env-file             ~/.opam/log/coq-fcsl-pcm-10755-335865.env
# output-file          ~/.opam/log/coq-fcsl-pcm-10755-335865.out
### output ###
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# #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
# Instance Foo : Bar := baz." [deprecated-instance-without-locality,deprecated]
# File "./core/prelude.v", line 376, characters 0-86:
# Warning: The default value for hint locality is currently "local" in a
# section and "global" otherwise, but is scheduled to change in a future
# release. For the time being, adding hints outside of sections without
# specifying an explicit locality attribute is therefore deprecated. It is
# recommended to use "export" whenever possible. Use the attributes #[local],
# #[global] and #[export] depending on your choice. For example: "#[export]
# Hint Unfold foo : bar." [deprecated-hint-without-locality,deprecated]
# make[1]: *** [CoqMakefile:387: all] Error 2
# make: *** [Makefile:13: invoke-coqmakefile] Error 2
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