Re: [isabelle] Trying to implement conditional skip-proofs, need advice.

Hello Thomas,

have you considered building an image for your completed theories and running Isabelle with this image? This saves you the re-execution time of completed theories.

Here is how you build an image: In the directory with your theories, set up ROOT.ML to include all theories that are supposed to go into the image (add use_thy "MyTheory"; for each of the leaves of your theory tree). Then, execute from within the directory the command

isatool usedir -b HOL myimage

To load the image into Isabelle, use

Isabelle -l myimage

or select myimage from the Proof General menu. You can then load theories that build upon the theories in the image without being required to reload the latter.



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