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When mkprimer(1) is invoked on a specification file with a .tp suffix, or when the command line option --language TP is given, the specification file is interpreted as a jararaca test purpose specification file, to be used in the role of 'guide' with an intersector(1). In particular, an epsilon selfloop is added to the accept state, to help the intersector(1) to detect when the test purpose (guide) has arrived in its accept state.
When mkprimer(1) is invoked on a specification file with a .jrrc suffix, or when the command line option --language JARARACA is given, the specification file is interpreted as a jararaca specification file, to be used as specification. In particular, no epsilon selfloop is added to the accept state.
In both cases, from the specification file mkprimer(1) generates a torx-primer(5) program: a shell-script that invokes the primer(1) and via it the explorer jararaca(1).
The state identifiers in the init and trans fields have the following form: nodeid_edgeid.number where the nodeid and edgeid correspond to node names and edge names in the .dot file that can be generated by jararaca(1), and number represent a state.
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|Appendix D: TorX Manual Pages: mkprimer-cadp(1) - generate a torx primer for lotos, bcg, fc2 or aut using||Appendix D: TorX Manual Pages: mkprimer-ltsa(1) - generate an fsp primer for torx using ltsa|