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From: Grundy, Jim D <jim.d.grundy@i...>
Subject: Re: Using OCaml with SMT solvers
You might also want to look at the Decision Procedure Toolkit (DPT):

DPT is an open source (Apache 2 licensed, source forge hosted) SMT solver implemented in OCaml with good performance.  The current release supports only SAT + EUF, but future releases will soon add integer and rational linear arithmetic - of course, you can always add the theory you want yourself.

Kind regards

Jim Grundy