University of Pennsylvania Department of Computer and Information Science Technical Report
Final Published Version
Core Ironclad is a core calculus that models the salient features of Ironclad C++, a library-augmented type-safe subset of C++. We give an overview of the language including its definition and key design points. We then prove type safety for the language and use that result to show that the pointer lifetime invariant, a key property of Ironclad C++, holds within the system.
P.-M. Osera, R. A. Eisenberg, C. DeLozier, S. Nagarakatte, M. M. K. Martin, S. Zdancewic. Core Ironclad. University of Pennsylvania Technical Report MS-CIS-13-06, 2013.