Specifying Allocation of Data Areas 
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 Specifying Allocation of Data Areas

How can I specify the allocation for the six internal data areas
(heap, global stack, local stack, trail, atom area, and the aux. stack)
in C-Prolog 1.5?

My version 1.4 manual says to do so on the command line.  For example:
        prolog -H 1000 -G 1000 -L 500 bigprogram
specifies heap and global stack allocations of 1000K and local stack
allocation of 500K.

Unfortunately, this doesn't work.  Does version 1.5 have a different
method?  Did it work in version 1.4?  Any help would be appreciated.

Harry H. Chefitz
AT&T Bell Labs
...ihnp4!lcuxld!hhc



Mon, 20 Jul 1992 16:11:00 GMT  
 Specifying Allocation of Data Areas

For C-Prolog version 1.5
the command line arguments for options are in lower case...

   prolog [-a atom area] [-x aux area] ... etc

all sizes in decimal and KBytes.
For exact details, look into parms.c in the source code.

Peter Wu



Mon, 20 Jul 1992 22:40:00 GMT  
 Specifying Allocation of Data Areas

Quote:

>>How can I specify the allocation for the six internal data areas
>>(heap, global stack, local stack, trail, atom area, and the aux. stack)
>>in C-Prolog 1.5?
>>Harry H. Chefitz
>>AT&T Bell Labs
>>...ihnp4!lcuxld!hhc
>>----------

              When was C-Prolog 1.5 released? Any pointers to its availability.
We have C-Prolog 1.4 here at Northwestern University.  What are the differences
between 1.4 & 1.5?  Please...  

                                                renu raman
                                                ...ihnp4!nucsrl!ram
                                                Northwestern Univ. Comp. Sci.



Mon, 20 Jul 1992 04:05:00 GMT  
 Specifying Allocation of Data Areas

Quote:
> /***** iaoobelix:comp.lang.pro / nucsrl!ram / 10:05 am  Feb 27, 1987*/
> Subject: Re: Specifying Allocation of Data Areas


> >>How can I specify the allocation for the six internal data areas
> >>(heap, global stack, local stack, trail, atom area, and the aux. stack)
> >>in C-Prolog 1.5?

> >>Harry H. Chefitz
> >>AT&T Bell Labs
> >>...ihnp4!lcuxld!hhc
> >>----------

>          When was C-Prolog 1.5 released? Any pointers to its availability.
> We have C-Prolog 1.4 here at Northwestern University.  What are the differences
> between 1.4 & 1.5?  Please...  

>                                            renu raman
>                                            ...ihnp4!nucsrl!ram
>                                            Northwestern Univ. Comp. Sci.

CProlog1.5 and CProlog1.5+ (the version including dynamic loading
facilities) are available from Edinburgh University, Scotland. You
can write to the AI Departement or contact somebody from EdCAAD.

Try to ask John Lee (sorry John, this might start a whole flood of
requests...): ...!ukc!edcaad!john
He could at least tell you who is actually responsible for the
distribution of CProlog*.

Juergen Wagner,                (USENET)  ...seismo!unido!iaoobel!wagner
                                    Fraunhofer Institute IAO, Stuttgart

--vanilla disclaimer--



Mon, 17 Aug 1992 08:03:00 GMT  
 
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