IVy verification tool
IVy is a research tool intended to allow interactive development of protocols and their proofs of correctness and to provide a platform for developing and experimenting with automated proof techniques. In particular, IVy provides interactive visualization of automated proofs, and supports a use model in which the human protocol designer and the automated tool interact to expose errors and prove correctness.
# Installation ## Linux On Debian-based Linux ditributions such as Ubuntu, download and install the file ms-ivy_X.X_YYYY.deb where X.X is the IVy version and YYYY is the machine architecture. Use your system’s package manager to install this package, or the following commands: ` $ sudo dpkg -i ms-ivy_X.X_YYYY.deb $ sudo apt-get install -f ` The first command will report missing dependencies, which will be installed by the second command.
## Windows The Windows binary distribution is in the form of a zip archive. Download the file ivy.X.Y-.Windows-z86.zip, where X.X is the IVy version (this will work on both 32-bit and 64 bit Intel Windows). Use Windows Explorer to extract this archive in the directory C:`. This should give you a directory `C:ivy. To use IVy in a command window, first execute this command: ` > C:\ivy\scripts\activate `
## Further Reading
For further information on IVy, see [the IVy web site](http://microsoft.github.io/ivy/).
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