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|Fix incomplete installation due to missing dependencies|
Sometimes SWI-Prolog is lacks features or packages because the required dependencies were not available while compiling the system from source. Installed features and packages can be checked using check_installation/0 (requires SWI-Prolog 7.1.10 or later). Issues found are reported with a link to a wiki page describing the consequences and often point to a missing development library. Fixing this takes two steps.
-dev. On Redhat/rpm based systems the suffix is often
README.mingwfor downloading and installing dependencies.
% make distclean % ./build
Examine the log info in
make.out. If you do
not understand why a library is claimed missing, examine
config.log. Both the kernel and each package have a