I've been quiet for a while, but work on the new model checker has been going pretty well of late. I do have a question for the team, however.
I've implemented code that manages multiple stacks, with an ability to version them and roll back and forward between versions so I can implement backtracking and nontrivial search strategies -- this all works. However, I'm currently dumbly checking the entire stack (not just the currently relevant stack frame(s)) for changes, but I'd rather just be able to check a minimal area. Whenever I context switch, the code under test calls a function in my run-time-system (mcp_yield(), not that the details matter much). What I'd like to be able to do is pick up the address range of the stack frame of the function that called it -- ideally, I'd like a block that encompasses everything from the function parameters up to the current top-of-stack including spilled registers. Is this feasible?
Thank you in advance,