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Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] gprolog

From: Tony Theodore
Subject: Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] gprolog
Date: Thu, 03 May 2012 03:50:00 +1000

On 24/06/2011, at 12:22 AM, Tony Theodore wrote:

> Hi Alois,
> On 14 June 2011 18:22, Alois Schlögl <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Attached are the mk-files for building gprolog. Two versions, v1.3.1
>> (stable) and v1.4.0 (development), are included because I do know which one
>> is prefered in mce.
>> The built process is broken, the make process seems to require to run some
>> *.exe (and asks for wine).
>> I  hope someone else can help with the remaining issue(s).
> This looks like it will be quite tricky - it seems to be a two step
> bootstrap where it first builds a config tool then a compiler to
> produce the final output. It also does cpu detection, which isn't
> ideal for cross-compiling. On the surface it seems like you'd have to
> build the initial parts natively and then "trick" the build system
> into using those.
> It also looks like the final output is more like an executable than a
> library. Are you using this in another project or simply trying to
> cross-build it to use standalone?

Hi Alois,

Are you still looking at this? From what I can gather from the website, it's 
actually an interpreter that can compile to native code for extra performance. 
There are several 32 and 64-bit windows binaries available (now at v1.4), so 
you are most likely better off using those.

If you do want to cross-compile it, I'd suggest asking on the gprolog list 
first - it doesn't seem like the sort of thing it's designed to do.



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