Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
Participants : Armaël Guéneau, Xavier Leroy, François Pottier.
The “Vocal” project (2015–2020) aims at developing the first mechanically verified library of efficient general-purpose data structures and algorithms. It is funded by Agence Nationale de la Recherche under its “appel à projets générique 2015”.
A first release of the library has been published in December 2018. It contains a small number of verified data structures, including resizable vectors, hash tables, priority queues, and Union-Find.
Participants : Damien Doligez, Fabrice Le Fessant.
The “Secur-OCaml” project (2015–2018) has been coordinated by the OCamlPro company, with a consortium focusing on the use of OCaml in security-critical contexts, while OCaml is currently mostly used in safety-critical contexts. Gallium has been involved in this project to integrate security features in the OCaml language, to build a new independent interpreter for the language, and to update the recommendations for developers issued by the former LaFoSec project of ANSSI. The end-of-project meeting took place in September 2018.