Commit 59702507 authored by Lars Schieffer's avatar Lars Schieffer
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add protocol

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import protocol.basic.metadata as metadata
def server() -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create capabilities structure
"""
capabilities = {
"type": "capabilities",
"jani-version": 1,
"extensions": [],
"metadata": metadata.server(),
"roles": ["analyse", "transform"],
}
return capabilities
from os import listdir
from os.path import join
def createPINS(path: str) -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create PINS model datastructure, from existing PINS model
Function Parameters:
path: str
Path to PINS implementation folder
"""
parts = []
# Reading all files in directory and add them as "part" to model
for codeFile in listdir(path):
location = join(path, codeFile)
with open(location, "r") as code:
name, role = codeFile.split(".")
if role == "c":
role = "source-code"
elif role == "h":
role = "header"
parts.append({"name": name, "role": role, "part": code.read()})
pins = {"name": "PINS", "parts": parts}
return pins
def supported() -> list:
# In the jani-interaction protocol (version 1) extensions aren't fully defined, yet.
return []
import protocol.basic.version as version
def server() -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create metadata for JANI2PINS server
"""
metadata = {
"name": "JANI - Server LTSmin",
"version": version.create(0, 1, 2),
"author": "Lars Schieffer",
"description": "Implementation of the JANI interaction-protocol with LTSmin support",
}
return metadata
def analysisEngine() -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create metadata for analysis engine
"""
metadata = {
"name": "JANI2PINS - Analysis Engine",
"version": version.create(0, 1, 2),
"author": "Lars Schieffer",
"description": "Engine for performing model checking of JANI models with LTSmin",
}
return metadata
def modelTransformer() -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create metadata for model transformer
"""
metadata = {
"name": "JANI2PINS - Model Transformer",
"version": version.create(0, 1, 2),
"author": "Lars Schieffer",
"description": "Model transformer for JANI models to produce PINS models",
}
return metadata
def supported() -> list:
"""
Function Description:
Supported JANI model features by JANI2PINS server
"""
return ["derived-operators", "functions"]
def supported() -> list:
"""
Function Description:
Supported model types by JANI2PINS server
"""
return ["lts", "mdp"]
def supported() -> list:
"""
Function Description:
Supported model formalisms by JANI2PINS server
"""
return ["PINS"]
def create(major: int, minor: int, revision: int) -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create version structure
Function Parameters:
major: int
Major value of version structure
minor: int
Minor value of version structure
revision: int
Revision value of version structure
"""
return {"major": major, "minor": minor, "revision": revision}
def message(reason: str) -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Connection close message
Function Parameters:
reason: str
Provide reason, why connection is closed
"""
close = {"type": "close", "reason": reason}
return close
supportedVersion = 1
def valid(authenticate: dict) -> bool:
"""
Function Description:
Validate login of client to server
Function Parameters:
authenticate:dict
Login of client to server
"""
if "jani-versions" in authenticate:
return supportedVersion in authenticate["jani-versions"]
else:
return False
def reason(authenticate: dict) -> str:
"""
Function Description:
Provide reason, why login failed
Function Parameters:
authenticate:dict
Login of client to server
"""
if "jani-versions" in authenticate:
if supportedVersion not in authenticate["jani-versions"]:
return "Client not supporting supported JANI - Version: " + str(supportedVersion)
else:
return 'Message does not match "Authenticate"-Schema'
def create(datasetID: int, experimentID: str, output: list) -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create dataset structure
Function Parameters:
datasetID: int
Unique id of dataset structure in analysis task
experimentID: str
Identifier of experiment, used for creation of PINS Model
output: list
Output line by line of running LTSmin on PINS Model
"""
dataset = {
"id": datasetID,
"label": "Result {}".format(datasetID),
"results": resultsArray(output),
}
if experimentID:
dataset["experiment"] = experimentID
return dataset
def resultsArray(output: list) -> list:
"""
Function Description:
Results array structure of dataset structure
Function Parameters:
output: list
Output line by line of running LTSmin on PINS Model
"""
results = []
for line in output:
if line:
line = line.strip().split(":")
label = line[0]
information = ":".join(line[1:])
if label and information:
results.append({"label": label, "type": "string", "value": information})
return results
import protocol.basic.metadata as metadata
import protocol.basic.modelFeatures as modelFeatures
import protocol.basic.modellingFormalisms as modellingFormalisms
import protocol.basic.modelTypes as modelTypes
import protocol.interactive.roles.analyse.parameters as parameters
def specification() -> dict:
"""
Function Description:
Create specification of LTSmin analysis engine
"""
ltsmin = {
"id": "ltsmin",
"metadata": metadata.analysisEngine(),
"parameters": parameters.create(),
"model-features": modelFeatures.supported(),
"model-types": modelTypes.supported(),
"modelling-formalisms": modellingFormalisms.supported(),
}
return ltsmin
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