Acquiring and Installing Emulated Flat Concurrent Prolog

Acquiring the sources

  1. If you don't have a file called .cvpass, create one (e.g. touch ~/.cvpass).

  2. Enter:

    cvs -z3 -Q co Logix

  3. If you intend to use the record macro process of subsystem spifcp or biospi, enter:

    cvs -z3 -Q co bin

Downloading the System

You can download a stripped system file, without Logix source, efcp_release.tar.gz.

To expand efcp_release.tar.gz, enter:

  tar -zxf efcp_release.tar.gz

The expanded folder, Efcp-release, contains folders Logix and bin.

Installing the system

The simplest method to install the system:
  1. cd Logix/EMULATOR
  2. gcc mkmk.c -o mkmk
  3. do-target
    where target, your processor, is one of {cygwin, linux, macosx, maci386, sgi, solaris, ubuntu}
  4. cd ..
  5. ./install
    ./install logix

If all goes well, the Emulator will be compiled, and an initial logix system will be generated, along with a short executable file, named logix.
If you need a SpiFcp or BioSpi sub-system, instead of 5. enter:

or any two of the three, or all three. The generated executable file is named spifcp or biospi in the latter two cases.

The file Logix/README has further details on installing the system for multiple targets, all of which share the Logix binary (.bin) files.

This document is licensed under: Gnu General Public License - Version 3