Provided by: pakcs_2.1.0-1_amd64
pakcs - the Portland Aachen Kiel Curry System
PAKCS is an implementation of the functional logic language Curry (http://currry- language.org) which compiles Curry programs into Prolog programs. Detailed information about PAKCS can be found at https://www.informatik.uni-kiel.de/~pakcs/ The command pakcs either invokes the interactive environment to compile and run Curry programs.
Invoke interactive environment: pakcs <options> [ -- <run-time arguments>] with options: --h, --help, -? show this message and quit -V, --version show version and quit --compiler-name show the compiler name "pakcs" and quit --numeric-version show the compiler version number and quit --base-version show the version of the base libraries and quit -q, --quiet work silently --nocypm do not invoke "cypm" to compute package load path --noreadline do not use input line editing via command "rlwrap" -D<prop>=val define pakcsrc property "prop" as "val" :<cmd> <args> : command of the PAKCS environment
This manual page has been written by Michael Hanus and converted to nroff format by Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This man page has been written for the Debian project initially, but may also be used by others.