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compiled_stream(-Stream)

Succeeds if the I/O stream currently being compiled is Stream.
Stream
Atom, Integer or variable.

Description

Used to find the stream that is currently being compiled. compiled_stream/1 is meaningful mainly in queries inside a compiled file, or in event handlers for compilation events.

Modes and Determinism

Fail Conditions

Fails if no compilation from a stream is currently active

Exceptions

(5) type error
Stream is instantiated, but not to an atom or integer.

Examples

    [eclipse]: [user].
     a.
     :- compiled_stream(S), get_stream_info(S, name, File),
        printf("Compiling stream %d, file %s\n", [S, File]).
    Compiling stream 0, file user
    ^D
     user       compiled traceable 28 bytes in 0.00 seconds

    yes.
    [eclipse]: exec('cat a.pl', []).
    a.
    :- compiled_stream(S), get_stream_info(S, name, File),
       printf("Compiling stream %d, file %s\n", [S, File]).

    yes.
    [eclipse]: [a].
    Compiling stream 5, file /home/joe/a.pl
    a.pl       compiled traceable 28 bytes in 0.00 seconds

    yes.



See Also

compile / 1, compile / 2, compile_stream / 1