Re: [isabelle] Fixing modes for all predicates in mutually recursive block when using code_pred

Dear Mark,

You can specify the modes for each predicate with the code_pred command. The syntax is as follows:

Given two mutually recursive predicates

inductive P1 :: "... => bool"
  and P2 :: "... => bool" where ...

you can write

code_pred (modes: P1: i => ... => o => bool and P2: o => ... => i => bool) P1

and the predicate compiler should no longer try all possible modes for P2.

Is this what you are looking for?


On 13/04/2019 16:58, Mark Wassell wrote:

I am finding that mode checking on a block of mutually recursive predicates
is taking a long time (5+ minutes) and this is hindering any sort of
iterative development.

I know the mode I want for each predicate in the block and although I can
fix the mode for one of the predicates in the code_pred command, it looks
like all modes are being checked for the other predicates.

Is there a way to fix the modes for all of the predicates so that the mode
checking doesn't waste time exploring modes I have no interest in?



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