Re: fork an Eclipse process keeping all asserted predicates

From: Sebastian Sardina <>
Date: Thu 23 Sep 2004 07:11:38 PM GMT
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I think what you want is something like a Prolog that supports multi-threads, 
where all threads have access the database. This is very useful in some 
applications and I would also like ECLIPSE to provide this eventually. ;-)

In any case, exec/3 won't help you here since the new Eclipse process will run 
separately from the "parent" one, as Kish explained already.


PS: You may want to have a look at SWI-prolog which has multi-threading 

On Wednesday 22 September 2004 12:24 pm, wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a problem about forking a new Eclipse process.
> I want to fork a new Eclipse process, passing it all assert predicates of
> parent process.
> I don't know how to do it.
> At the moment I know how to do an Eclipse process passing it a Goal with
> the command
> exec(["eclipse","-e",Goal],[in,out,err],Pid]).
> Thanks
> Alessandra De Paola
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Received on Thu Sep 23 20:17:28 2004

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