package coq-core

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The Coq Proof Assistant -- Core Binaries and Tools

Install

Dune Dependency

Authors

Maintainers

Sources

coq-8.19.0.tar.gz
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Description

Coq is a formal proof management system. It provides a formal language to write mathematical definitions, executable algorithms and theorems together with an environment for semi-interactive development of machine-checked proofs.

Typical applications include the certification of properties of programming languages (e.g. the CompCert compiler certification project, or the Bedrock verified low-level programming library), the formalization of mathematics (e.g. the full formalization of the Feit-Thompson theorem or homotopy type theory) and teaching.

This package includes the Coq core binaries, plugins, and tools, but not the vernacular standard library.

Note that in this setup, Coq needs to be started with the -boot and -noinit options, as will otherwise fail to find the regular Coq prelude, now living in the coq-stdlib package.

Published: 27 Jan 2024

README

Coq

Coq is a formal proof management system. It provides a formal language to write mathematical definitions, executable algorithms and theorems together with an environment for semi-interactive development of machine-checked proofs.

Installation

Please see https://coq.inria.fr/download. Information on how to build and install from sources can be found in INSTALL.md.

Documentation

The sources of the documentation can be found in directory doc. See doc/README.md to learn more about the documentation, in particular how to build it. The documentation of the last released version is available on the Coq web site at coq.inria.fr/documentation. See also Cocorico (the Coq wiki), and the Coq FAQ, for additional user-contributed documentation.

The documentation of the master branch is continuously deployed. See:

Changes

The Recent changes chapter of the reference manual explains the differences and the incompatibilities of each new version of Coq. If you upgrade Coq, please read it carefully as it contains important advice on how to approach some problems you may encounter.

Questions and discussion

We have a number of channels to reach the user community and the development team:

  • Our Zulip chat, for casual and high traffic discussions.

  • Our Discourse forum, for more structured and easily browsable discussions and Q&A.

  • Our historical mailing list, the Coq-Club.

See also coq.inria.fr/community, which lists several other active platforms.

Bug reports

Please report any bug / feature request in our issue tracker.

To be effective, bug reports should mention the OCaml version used to compile and run Coq, the Coq version (coqtop -v), the configuration used, and include a complete source example leading to the bug.

Contributing to Coq

Guidelines for contributing to Coq in various ways are listed in the contributor's guide.

Information about release plans is at https://github.com/coq/coq/wiki/Release-Plan

Supporting Coq

Help the Coq community grow and prosper by becoming a sponsor! The Coq Consortium can establish sponsorship contracts or receive donations. If you want to take an active role in shaping Coq's future, you can also become a Consortium member. If you are interested, please get in touch!

Dependencies (5)

  1. conf-linux-libc-dev os = "linux"
  2. zarith >= "1.11"
  3. ocamlfind >= "1.8.1"
  4. ocaml >= "4.09.0"
  5. dune >= "2.9"

Dev Dependencies (1)

  1. odoc with-doc

Used by (5)

  1. coq = "8.19.0"
  2. coq-stdlib = "8.19.0"
  3. coqide-server = "8.19.0"
  4. prooftree
  5. vscoq-language-server >= "2.1.0+coq8.19"

Conflicts (1)

  1. coq < "8.17"