bap-core-theory

BAP Semantics Representation
Description

The Core Theory is an intermediate language that is designed to express the semantics of computer programs. It focuses on programs that are represented in binary machine code and is capable of an accurate representation of the architectural and micro-architectural details of the program behavior.

Install
Published
12 Dec 2021
Authors
Sources
v2.4.0.tar.gz
md5=b8b1aff8c6846f2213eafc54de07b304
Dependencies
bitvec-sexp
= "2.4.0"
bitvec-order
= "2.4.0"
bitvec
= "2.4.0"
bap-knowledge
= "2.4.0"
oasis
build & >= "0.4.7"
ppx_bap
>= "v0.14" & < "v0.15"
core_kernel
>= "v0.14" & < "v0.15"
ocaml
>= "4.08.0"
Reverse Dependencies
bap-analyze
= "2.4.0"
bap-arm
= "2.4.0"
bap-bil
= "2.4.0"
bap-c
= "2.4.0"
bap-frontend
= "2.4.0"
bap-mc
= "2.4.0"
bap-mips
= "2.4.0"
bap-objdump
= "2.4.0"
bap-patterns
< "2.5.0"
bap-powerpc
= "2.4.0"
bap-primus
= "2.4.0"
bap-print
= "2.4.0"
bap-radare2
= "2.4.0"
bap-riscv
= "2.4.0"
bap-std
= "2.4.0"
bap-systemz
= "2.4.0"
bap-thumb
= "2.4.0"
bap-veri
>= "0.2.5"
bap-x86
= "2.4.0"