Re: [eclipse-users] Reloading a file with dynamic predicates

From: Paulo Moura <pmoura_at_...16...>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 09:42:00 +0100
Hi Kish!

> For dynamic predicates, you can retract them before adding new  
> ones. If you use retract_all/1,
> you can remove all the definitions of the predicate:
> ...

That's not really a feasible solution. It would imply finding which  
dynamic predicates are declared and which dynamic predicates are  
defined in a file (before reloading it) in order to use, as you  
suggest, retract_all/1 or abolish/1. It would be possible/easy to  
modify the behavior of compile/1 to match the behavior of most Prolog  
compilers when reloading a file? I.e. to "reset" the dynamic  
predicates with the original file definitions, as already done for  
static predicates?

All the best,

Paulo

P.S. Regarding the recent discussions on compling ECLiPSe on MacOS X  
Intel: I can get you an account on a MacPro for you to ssh and do/ 
check the porting work.


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