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This file is part of Logtalk http://logtalk.org/ Copyright 1998-2018 Paulo Moura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The pack version of Logtalk is mainly targeted for the deployment of applications. For development, using the installers available from the Logtalk website are advisable as they provide a better user experience.
Installing this pack simplifies loading Logtalk on-demand by simply using the directive (or the corresponding query):
Note, however, that Logtalk is not packaged as a module and that the
logtalk module provided contains just an initialization directive
that loads Logtalk in exactly the same way as when Logtalk is installed
using one of its prebuilt installers.
When using the directive above, the LOGTALKHOME and LOGTALKUSER shell environment variables are set, just for the duration of the SWI-Prolog process, to the full path of the `../logtalk-3.14.0` directory.
For easy access to the contents of the Logtalk installation folder (e.g. documentation or examples) you can create a symbolic link to the `../logtalk-3.14.0` directory (in e.g. your home directory). Its full path can be easily found by using the query:
The `../logtalk-3.14.0` directory contains a
settings.lgt file that
makes loading of Logtalk silent. If you make other changes to this file,
or to other contents of the `../logtalk-3.14.0` directory, be sure to
make a backup before upgrading or removing this pack.
The `../logtalk-3.14.0` directory contains several handy scripts but due
to a limitation of the
archive library in SWI-Prolog 7.3.28 and older
versions used for extracting the pack files, the executable permission
of the script files was not preserved. If you're not running SWI-Prolog
7.3.29 or a later version, this issue can be manually fixed after installing
the pack using the following steps (adjust the
full path if necessary for your installation):
$ cd $HOME/lib/swipl/pack/logtalk/logtalk-3.14.0 $ chmod a+x scripts/cleandist.sh $ ./scripts/cleandist.sh