The latest version of the DA-BMC tool chain can be downloaded from here and contains:
Below, one can find several simple examples showing how to replay a trace of a program using the DA-BMC tool chain. Each of the examples contains the source code (java files) of the example, the byte code (class files) instrumented by ConTest, which is required for replaying a trace of the program, and a recorded trace leading to an error. Each example also contains a script (replay-<example>.sh) for replaying the trace attached to the example (utilises the run-aptr.sh script). The easiest way to run these examples is to extract them to the same directory where you extracted the DA-BMC tool chain and run the appropriate replay-<example>.sh script. If the RunJPF.jar file is not detected (the script will try to extract the path to this file from the JPF's site.properties, firstly trying to find the JPF's home directory, then the JPF core's home directory and then the path to the RunJPF.jar file), set the RUNJPF variable in the run-aptr.cfg file to an appropriate path.
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