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Re: compilation of c progs using gnu-prolog

From: bruno patin
Subject: Re: compilation of c progs using gnu-prolog
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 11:45:36 +0100
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I use your script to complete my file and so the file compile and I obtain an executable but when executing I have a stack overflow on the global stack that I don't have if usinng the complete gplc procedure. Do you have some insights ?

I forward this mail to the gnu-prolog list. I saw different mails treating the problem but no definite answer.

thanks for the help


losky wrote:

On Fri, 09 Aug 2002 10:00:08 +0100
bruno patin <address@hidden> wrote:


I write this little one as I want to compile c or cc files wit cc (or gcc) and not gplc. In fact, I use automake/autoconf and don't wwant (or at min) to work the default rules. I saw in the archive mail of the gnu prolog list that you perhaps treated the problem.

moreover, I don't have the attached file you mentionned in the mail.

thanks in advance


Ok, no problem, i'll send you the script.

it no has help, but it is like 'gtk.conf'
it uses the --cflags and --libs options.


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