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Source call_preprocess(+CHR0, -CHR) is det[private]
Call user chr:preprocess(CHR0, CHR).
Source debug_event(+State, +Event)[multifile]
Hook into the CHR debugger. At this moment we will discard CHR events if we are in a Prolog `skip' and we ignore the
Source debug_interact(+Event, +Depth, -Command)[multifile]
Hook into the CHR debugger to display Event and ask for the next command to execute. This definition causes the normal Prolog debugger to be used for the standard ports.
Source debug_ask_continue(-Command) is semidet[multifile]
Hook to ask for a CHR debug continuation. Must bind Command to one of creep, skip, ancestors, nodebug, abort, fail, break, help or exit.
Source chr_residuals// is det[private]
Find the CHR constraints from the store. These are accessible through the nondet predicate current_chr_constraint/1. Doing a findall/4 however would loose the bindings. We therefore rolled findallv/4, which exploits non-backtrackable assignment and realises a copy of the template without disturbing the bindings using this strangely looking construct. Note that the bindings created by the unifications are in New, which is newer then the latest choicepoint and therefore the bindings are not trailed.
duplicate_term(Templ, New),
New = Templ
Source term_colours(+Term, -Colours)[private]
Colourisation of a toplevel term as read from the file.
Source goal_colours(+Goal, -Colours)[private]
Colouring of special goals.

Re-exported predicates

The following predicates are re-exported from other modules

Source find_chr_constraint(-Constraint) is nondet
True when Constraint is a currently known constraint in any known CHR module.
deprecated
- current_chr_constraint/1 handles modules.

Undocumented predicates

The following predicates are exported, but not or incorrectly documented.

Source chr_notrace
Source chr_trace
Source chr_leash(Arg1)
Source chr_show_store(Arg1)