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Re: Users-prolog Digest, Vol 46, Issue 5

From: Daniel Diaz
Subject: Re: Users-prolog Digest, Vol 46, Issue 5
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2006 18:31:03 +0100
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I'm modifying some internal points of gprolog. Next versions will be 1.3.x. BTW I have fixed various problems on some ports (alpha/linux, ppc/macosX, x86/freeBSD, x86/openBSD, sparc/solaris). Here is a snapshot:

It should compiles fine on openBSD (maybe use gmake instead of make).

Duncan Patton a Campbell a écrit :
Howdy Daniel, all? I'm running OpenBSD 4.0 on a laptop and would like to have prolog on this machine (I prefer it to calctool, amongst other things;).

When I run ports build and in the packages
it notes that gprolog is broken on OBSD because
of a randomized mmap() call.
What kind of effort would be involved in porting
grolog to "secure" platforms like OBSD?  Is this
a major undertaking?  If it is not too onerous
a task I expect I could "support" the port as well.



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