[Haskell-cafe] Tooling for equational reasoning in Haskell
polux2001 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 10:35:21 UTC 2015
Stepeval is what Christopher pointed to in his first email, but he said it
only works on a teeny weeny subset of Haskell.
On Tue Jan 27 2015 at 8:26:55 AM Sumit Sahrawat, Maths & Computing, IIT
(BHU) <sumit.sahrawat.apm13 at iitbhu.ac.in> wrote:
> I found https://github.com/bmillwood/stepeval, which evaluates
> expressions step-by-step. It might be possible to modify it for equational
> On 27 January 2015 at 04:17, Albert Y. C. Lai <trebla at vex.net> wrote:
>> On 2015-01-18 06:46 PM, Christopher Done wrote:
>>> I quite enjoy doing equational reasoning to prove that my functions
>>> satisfy some laws, I like to type out each substitution step until I get
>>> back what I started with. The only trouble is that it's rather manual and
>>> possibly error prone.
>>> Is there any tooling anywhere out there that can take in a Haskell
>>> expression and reduce it by one step?
>> I suggest my friend Lev Naiman's proof assistant project "Netty"
>> It is not specific to Haskell. It is a general-purpose calculational
>> proof assistant.
>> If you want to take a look at a paper, it's somewhere on his home page:
>> http://www.cs.utoronto.ca/~naiman/ <http://www.cs.utoronto.ca/%7Enaiman/>
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