A Scala library which talks to Isabelle. It currently works with most recent Isabelle versions (there are two tiers of support). For more information and documentation about the project, visit its website.
|Travis (Linux/Mac CI)|
|AppVeyor (Windows CI)|
Including libisabelle into your project
libisabelle is cross-built for Scala 2.11.x and 2.12.x.
Drop the following lines into your
libraryDependencies ++= Seq( "info.hupel" %% "libisabelle" % version, "info.hupel" %% "libisabelle-setup" % version )
With this configuration, the automatic Isabelle setup will fetch additional JAR dependencies from Maven Central or Sonatype, depending on the selected Isabelle version. If you don’t want this, additionally include the following dependency:
"info.hupel" %% "pide-package" % version
This adds PIDE implementations for all supported Isabelle versions to your classpath.
There is a “full” and a “generic” tier.
Isabelle versions that are supported generically are only supported on Linux and macOS and do not offer full features, i.e. starting a system.
It only requires a
bin/isabelle executable to be present.
Usually, more versions get added to the full tier. Sometimes, breaking changes in Isabelle require that full support needs to be dropped.
|libisabelle version||full support versions|
|0.9.2 – 0.9.3||2016, 2016-1, 2017|
|1.0.0 (upcoming)||2017, 2018 (upcoming)|
Using the plugin
There is an sbt plugin for working with Isabelle sources available. Refer to its README for more information. You should use the plugin if your build contains Isabelle source files.
Command line interface
libisabelle features a CLI called
Currently, it only allows some basic features like downloading, building and launching Isabelle.
You can download a CLI executable from GitHub.
Downloading & checking your installation
isabellectl -s HOL-Probability jedit
Using Isabelle tools
isabellectl exec getenv ISABELLE_HOME