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Re: changing atom space

From: Daniel Diaz
Subject: Re: changing atom space
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 13:55:00 +0100

Hi, the current implementation handles up to 65536 atoms. There is no way to 
increase this amount
(unless you modify the source and recompile the whole). I plan (in the future) 
to use another
representation to allow unlimited atom space.

Neil Rowe wrote:
> In consulting a large program, I get "Atom table full, Fatal error".
> Is there anything that I can do to increase the atom space?  Quintus
> Prolog lets you set it, but all I can see in the manual that I can
> set are the stack sizes.  What is the maximum atom space anyway?
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