TRio Integrated Development EnvironmeNT (TRIDENT)

Summary

Introduction
Downloads

Introduction


TRIDENT (short for TRio Integrated Development EnvironmeNT) is a tool for the development and analysis of time-critical systems based on the TRIO formal language.
TRIDENT is based on the eclipse platform, and is currently being developed jointly by Politecnico di Milano and CEFRIEL.

The environment is still in a prototypical stage, so many of the intended features are still incomplete. With TRIDENT one can (or will be able to):
Currently, TRIDENT supports editing modular TRIO specifications and history check single TRIO classes. A prototype TRIO model checker based on the SPIN tool is currently being integrated in the environment. In addition, a prototype plugin capable of partially transforming XMI files into TRIDENT objects has been developed and is available in the TRIDENT disribution.

Here is a snapshot of the tool, showing a simple TRIO class:



Downloads

TRIDENT is freely available to those who are interested in using it.
To install TRIDENT, all you have to do is download one of the following files:
then unzip and untar the files in a directory of preference. To launch the IDE (preset with the appropriate default plugin), simply run the "eclipse(.exe)" executable in the "eclipse" subdirectory.

As mentioned above, TRIDENT is still in its infancy, so it is in continuous evolution. Updates of the TRIDENT plugins for the eclipse platform will be posted on this page, so if you are interested in trying out the tool, please check this page from time to time for updates.
To install updates, simply substitute the directories included in the updates with the corresponding ones on your hard drive, then (re)start the platform.

Available updates:
If you have any comments, remarks, suggestions, or if you have any bugs to report, feel free to send an email here.

Page last updated May 5th, 2004.