[eclipse-clp-users] bug version 6?

From: VicenÁ Gomez <v.gomez_at_science.ru.nl>
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 11:30:36 +0100 (MET)
Dear all,

I've experienced the following problem when upgrading to version 6:
Using the following code:

...
prob: eplex_solver_setup(min( X1_2*C1_2 + ...  + X93_4*C93_4)),
...

where I ommited part of the string I pass as argument to the min predicate,
I get this error :

Goal failed unexpectedly: current_content(hash(256, 263, [a(151) -> 431,
a(152) -> 432, a(153) -> 433, a(154) -> 434, a(155) -> 435, a(156) -> 436,
a(157) -> 437, a(158) -> 438, a(159) -> 439, a(160) -> 440, a(161) -> 441,
a(162) -> 442, a(163) -> 443, a(164) -> 444, a(165) -> 445, a(...) -> 446,
... -> ..., ...]), a(3), _699378)
Aborting execution ...

Looks like the length of the string passed as argument to min is too large
(it has more than 3000 characters) since after proper shortening
everything goes fine again.

Is there a maximum length for the argument string?  This error didn't
occur in the previous version of Eclipse and I don't know how to make the
string shorter while keeping all the constraints.

Thanks in advance.
Received on Mon Dec 28 2009 - 10:51:52 CET

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