expression "term!=term" is considered always a predicate, rather than (in some contexts) a term
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Running "frama-c 485.c -no-unicode" on the attached program results in an error message
485.c:2:[kernel] user error: comparison of incompatible types: integer and boolean in annotation.
However, according to the manual "acsl-implementation-Sodium-20150201.pdf", p.16-17, fig.2.1, 2.2, the ACSL grammar allows for a derivation
pred ------> term rel-op term ------> 2 > ( term ) ------> 2 > ( term bin-op term ) ------> 2 > ( id != id ) ------> 2 > (x != x)
The remark on consecutive comparison operators (p.18) shouldn't apply due to the additional parantheses around "x!=x".
Additional Information :
(The file was boiled down from a file generated by a first version of "acslsmith", an adaption of "csmith".)