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Re: gprolog on WinCE?

From: Daniel Diaz
Subject: Re: gprolog on WinCE?
Date: Mon, 13 May 2002 13:39:23 +0200

Hi Mike, I answer here since I also saw your post in the mailing list.

GNU Prolog is not currently ported under asm/Linux (nor WinCE). I don't
know this processor so I cannot tell you how much work such a porting
requires. If you (and/or other people) are interested in doing this port
I can obviously help you. You can see the file src/PORTING for
preliminar info. Since GNU Prolog tanslates Prolog to native code via
assembly language it is preferable you are familiar with the processor
architecture, assembly language, ABI,... Most of this information can be
found on the net and/or infered looking at the asm code produced by gcc.
Obviously I'd be interested in integrating a good port. Please keep me

Mike Frandsen wrote:
> Daniel,
> Hi.  I've been reading through old newsgroup messages but haven't seen
> information on gprolog for WinCE or arm/Linux.  I have a few questions
> if you have time.
> We have ~40,000 lines of Prolog code that we want to run on a StrongArm
> iPAQ (either under CE or Linux).  We want it to run as fast as possible
> and with the least amount of memory so binaries would be preferred.
> Do you have any helpful advice for this?  I've been cross-compiling C++
> programs on NetBSD for arm/Linux but I don't know where to start with
> Prolog.  I don't know if there's any possible way to do this currently
> -- or what would be the minimal path to get there.
> On a somewhat related note, are there any switches available like "-O2"
> with gplc to create more optimized binaries?
> Thanks,
> Mike

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