Re: [eclipse-clp-users] How to define coordinates that solve a system of quadratic equations, then use in search?

From: Kish Shen <kisshen_at_...5...>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 16:17:33 +0100
-dp- wrote:
> A procedural question before the main question...
> 1) What's the recommended way of searching the recent archive of
> eclipse-clp-users? There doesn't appear to be a dedicated search box, and
> placing "eclipse-clp-users" in SF's searchbox doesn't seem to have any
> effect, and since it's hosted by SF I can't use Google's site: constraint. I
> couldn't find help in the FAQ for this project either.
Hi David,

Sorry for the delayed reply...

The mailing list is hosted by SF, who provides the functionality. I have 
noticed also that you can't search the mailing list archive in the past
(or I also was not able to figure out how to do it).

I am not sure what could be done, unless we move the hosting of the 
mailing lists away from SF.

By the way, for learning about constraint programming in ECLiPSe, you 
are probably better off reading some text book or other learning 
materials. A recent one that is specifically uses ECLiPSe is Apt and 
Wallace's book, which is mentioned in's home page.

Cisco also funded a project for Helmut Simonis at 4C to produce 
interactive learning materials for ECLiPSe. This is nearly (but not 
quite) finished, but I think Helmut is happy for people to look at it 
(and to give him feedback). You can access this at:



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