The LMNtalEditor IDE should be quite easy to use.  


The upper-left pane is for
editing programs, while the upper-right pane shows system output.

To run your program, use one of the buttons on the lower-left pane:

- ''LMNtal(Java)'' to run the program using the Java runtime,
- ''UNYO(2G)'' to invoke the 2nd-generation UNYO-UNYO visualizer,
- ''UNYO(3G)'' to invoke the 3rd-generation UNYO-UNYO visualizer,
- ''SLIM'' to run the program using the C runtime, and
- ''StateViewer'' to visualize the state-space of the program.

To model-check your program, click the ''LTL model check'' tab of the upper-right pane,


and proceed as follows:

- Define propositional symbols that represent properties of states (using the syntax of the left-hand sides of rewrite rules). 
- Specify an LTL formula representing the property you wish to check.
- Press the ''Translate'' button to compile the formula to a Buchi automaton.
- Press the ''slim --ltl'' (or ''slim --ltl-all'' or ''LTL StateViewer'') button to check the specified property.

Examples of propositional symbols and LTL formulas can be found by opening the programs under the ''demo/ltl'' directory of the distribution.

You can save and load the set of propositional symbols and a LTL formula (that can be numbered from 0 to 9) using the "LTL File" feature on the lower-right. 

See [[LMNtalEditor>http://www.ueda.info.waseda.ac.jp/lmntal/lmntaleditor/]] for details.(Japanese only)

*LMNtal Java

The old page describing the use of LMNtal Java has been moved.
See [[How to Use LMNtal Java]] for details.

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