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This crate contains tools and data for analyzing the performance of the Move Prover.
data directory contains a number of lab sessions with scripts and persisted data. Each of those directories
has its own README. The
src directory contains supporting Rust code.
Most labs are currently based on Jupyter notebooks with a Rust based kernel. The installation of Jupyter can be done via the python installation tool:
pip install jupyterlab pip install notebook
For the Rust kernel, follow the installation instructions at google/evcxr. You need version 0.9.0 or later.
EVCXR has some flaws at this point (or we are not using it correctly):
- Evaluating the first
:depafter start of a notebook can take a really long time (minutes) since EVCXR compiles all of Rust. Running
cargo install sccachemay help.
- After the first evaluation, the raw output of EVCXR is often displayed. Evaluating the cell a second time fixes
this. Unfortunately, this renders
jupyter nbconvert --executeunusable to create reports. The only way to do so is to manually ensure everything is evaluated correctly, on then use the Web UIs "Print" function ("Export" wont work because it seems to be based on