[PPL-devel] SICStus interface
denmat at irisa.fr
Thu Oct 20 17:50:53 CEST 2005
First of all, sorry for all the shortcuts I have used in my
explanations... I just didn't realize.
I think I have done all that you mention in your email and that the
version of SICStus is ok.
I attach the config.log file
> Tristan Denmat wrote:
>> Dear Roberto,
>> Indeed, I mixed to things : I should have a ppl_sicstus executable
>> file in /bin AND a ppl_sicstus.pl in /lib but actually I have none of
>> them... (I am trying to install the 0.7 distribution)
> Dear Tristan,
> the first thing to clarify is what you mean by /bin and /lib.
> If you really expect to find `ppl_sicstus' in /bin, then it
> means you have configured the PPL with the --prefix=/ option
> (something which is highly unadvisable, by the way).
> If you did not use the --prefix option, then the right places
> to look in are /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/lib, since the
> default prefix is /usr/local.
>> It looks as if the configure script doesn't guess that I have SICStus...
> This is another possibility, indeed.
>> Then, my question is how can I help it ?
> Let us first try to diagnose the problem. First of all, please do
> not be offended if I ask you whether you gave the `make install'
> command. If you did not, then that is the problem.
> I assume now you have a version of SICStus Prolog that is at least 3.9.1
> and that the command `sicstus' is enough to launch the interpreter.
> If you have an older version of SICStus, then you have to upgrade.
> If the version is OK and `sicstus' is not in your execution path,
> then you need to set the PATH environment variable
> If version and PATH are OK, then please send us the file `config.log'
> that the `configure' script creates in its current working directory.
> I am sure we will be able to find the problem and solve it very quickly.
> All the best,
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