On Mon, 19 Feb 2018, Claude Marché wrote:
> Le 19/02/2018 à 13:59, Julia Lawall a écrit :
> > Sorry, I don't understand the sequence of operations. First I start up
> > why3 ide. Then I click on my goal and then on Coq. This gives me a Coq
> > line with (not yet edited). In the tools menu, I found "Mark as
> > obsolete". After clicking on that I get (not yet edited) (obsolete).
> > After these operations I still have
> > serial_Policy1_population_left_invariant_11.v s the largest numbered file
> > in my subdirectory. Clicking on replay seems to do nothing. Clicking on
> > edit gives a new file serial_Policy1_population_left_invariant_12.v in
> > which my lemma is not proved.
> I wonder if your sequence of operations is correct even on one machine
> only. After
> 1) selecting a goal
> 2) clicking on button "Coq"
> 3) selecting the line "(not yet edited)"
> 4) clicking on button "Edit"
> you should see a CoqIde window appearing (or Emacs/Proof general if your
> configured for it), where you can complete the proof
> when the Coq proof is completed (or even it is not yet completed) you
> can close CoqIde (and save the file), and close Why3Ide (and save session)
> Then, when restarting Why3ide again, you should see you former Coq proof.
This is all fine.
> If that works on one machine, this should work on the other, if the
> directory with the .xml file and the .v file is put under git.
I'll see what happens with this later.
> - Claude
> PS: I don't think the "mark as obsolete" operation is required, "edit"
> will notice if your Coq version is different
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