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Re: gplc libraries not found

From: Daniel Diaz
Subject: Re: gplc libraries not found
Date: Mon, 9 May 2022 12:45:23 +0200
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From what you say, gplc cannot locate its own libraries.
This can be due to a bad installation or if you moved the binaries or libraries.
Normally, there is a directory containing gprolog with subdirs (bin, lib, include).
To see where gplc expects its library, try:

gplc -v

it will show the used paths. Then check what you have in these paths.


Le 4/28/22 à 19:10, Louis LSJ Krüger a écrit :
I decided to try the examples that comes with the source, but I get stuck:

gplc --fast-math --min-bips -o boyer
cannot locate file libbips_fd.a

How do one ensure that the compiler find the libraries? I have them in /usr/lib64.  I can't find a setting to tell the compiler where to look.



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