[eclipse-users] How to interface ECLiPSe via socket or pipe?

From: Giuseppe Di Guglielmo <giuseppe.diguglielmo_at_...95...>
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 13:36:18 +0100
Did you interface ECLiPSe via socket or pipe to a C/C++ program? Can you
post a simple example of it? In a previous thread socket/pipe solution
appears better than coupling ECLiPSe with my program via ECLiPSe API.

[...]
As far as I can tell, you don't need the tight counpling between ECLiPSe 
and C++, which is what the C++ (and C) interface provides. What you want 
to do is to send your constraints to ECLiPSe dynamically, and then have 
ECLiPSe solve your problem. The results can be sent back by ECLiPSe to 
your application, or your application can query ECLiPSe for the data it 
wants.

This is probably best done with ECliPSe as a separate process, and you 
set up commnication channels (e.g. pipes, if you are using Unix) between 
it and your application. You probably need at least one channel to send 
to ECLiPSe, and another to receive output from ECLiPSe.  
[...]

Giuseppe


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