Module Nuscrlib

Parsing

Main entry point of the library

This section deals with parsing protocols.

val parse_string : string -> Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module

Parse a string into a Syntax.scr_module.

val parse : string -> Stdio.In_channel.t -> Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module

Parse from an input channel. The first parameter is the filename, for use in error messages.

Validation

val validate_exn : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> unit

validate_exn module validates the module module by performing standard checks. If verbose is set to true in the config, debugging messages will be printed

val protocols_names_of : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> Names.ProtocolName.t list

Other operations

protocols_names_of module returns the list of the names of protocols * occuring in module

val enumerate : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> (Names.ProtocolName.t * Names.RoleName.t) list

enumerate module enumerates the roles occurring in module. The output is a list of pair (protocol, role-name).

val project_role : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> role:Names.RoleName.t -> Ltype.t

project_role module protocol role computes the local type for role role in the protocol protocol.

val get_global_type : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> Gtype.t

get_global_type module ~protocol gets the corresponding global type for a protocol in a module

val get_global_type_literature_syntax : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> LiteratureSyntax.global

get_global_type module_literature_syntax ~protocol gets the corresponding global type for a protocol in a module in literature syntax

val generate_fsm : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> role:Names.RoleName.t -> Efsm.state * Efsm.t

generate_fsm module protocol role computes the finite state machine of role role in protocol protocol, in module module. It returns a pair (v, g) where g is the graph describing the fsm, and v is the root index.

val generate_go_code : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> out_dir:string -> go_path:string option -> string

generate_code module protocol out_dir go_path generates Golang implementation for protocol. The protocol implementation designed to be a subpackage within a project. out_dir is the path from the root of the project until the package inside which the protocol implementation (subpackage) should be generated - it is needed to generate imports. go_path is the path to the project root, which can optionally be provided in order to write the implementation to the file system.

val generate_ocaml_code : monad:bool -> Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> role:Names.RoleName.t -> string

generate_code ~monad module protocol role generates event-style OCaml code for the role in protocol, inside a module monad indicates whether the generated code uses a monad for transport (e.g. Lwt, Async)

val generate_sexp : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> string

generate_code ~monad module protocol role generates event-style OCaml code for the role in protocol, inside a module monad indicates whether the generated code uses a monad for transport (e.g. Lwt, Async)

val generate_ast : monad:bool -> Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> role:Names.RoleName.t -> Ppxlib_ast.Parsetree.structure

generate_ast ~monad module protocol role is similar to generate_code, except it returns an AST instead of a string

val generate_fstar_code : Nuscrlib__Syntax.scr_module -> protocol:Names.ProtocolName.t -> role:Names.RoleName.t -> string

Generate F* code, with support for refinement types

module Pragma : sig ... end

This module contains variables configuarations, to be set by pragmas or command line arguments, not to be changed for the duration of the program

module Expr : sig ... end

Expressions, used in RefinementTypes pragma

module Gtype : sig ... end

Global types

module Ltype : sig ... end

Local type management

module Efsm : sig ... end
module Err : sig ... end
module Names : sig ... end
module Loc : sig ... end
module LiteratureSyntax : sig ... end

A Multiparty Session Type representation that is similar to those used in the literature