I have version
220.127.116.11111031525 which, as I understand, is fairly recent.
Unfortunately I must say that the GUI is not suitable for me. I have a finely tuned emacs installation that I should rather edit my Alloy code with. I can then open a file in Alloy’s GUI and press some buttons to make it check my models — but this is far from an ideal working environment.
With other languages, I can write a one line shell script that watches for changes in my source code and runs the compiler automatically every time I save my project. I should like to have a similar arrangement with Alloy. How can I achieve it? Ideally I should like for Alloy to check the model, print the instances and also save their graph representations to files that I can view with a viewer of my choice.
I see that there are some command line possibilities:
% alloy --help --quit Usage: alloy [options] file ... // -d/--debug set debug mode -h/--help show this help -q/--quit do not continue with GUI -v/--version show version
So, I can do like this:
% alloy --quit example.als
— But this does not seem to do anything. Truly it will exit successfully even if I give it a random file. It does not even check the syntax!