PWIG and logtalk + SWI

Prolog compatibility woes and feedback that is not compiler specific

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Robert Shiplett
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PWIG and logtalk + SWI

Post by Robert Shiplett » Fri May 11, 2007 7:20 pm

Hi

I t has been exasperating that I am unable to build the latest PWIG for logtalk under Win32.

The requirements for a build are quite exacting (patched SWIG of the correct version)

If you use any Win32 toolset and have a build process documented, could you help me out ?

I build a wide range of open source on cygwin and Mingw/Msys but some critical pieces elude me.

As per my blog at http://www.plymoutreliable.com those are ncurses and GNU Smalltalk. GNU Prolog build like a charm and is logtalk friendly.

Next on my list to to check on where EZY Prolog is at and to look into Actor Prolog.

( If I can't use SWIG I will resort to TCL or Perl ;-) :wink:

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Re: PWIG and logtalk + SWI

Post by Paulo Moura » Fri May 11, 2007 9:14 pm

Robert Shiplett wrote:Hi

I t has been exasperating that I am unable to build the latest PWIG for logtalk under Win32.
The PWIG home page (http://pwig.sourceforge.net/) seems to not be updated since 2004 (the date of the latest release, 0.6.2 is December, 16th). You will probably need to update the Logtalk support to match the latest version.

Paulo

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