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NAME

       gprolog - prolog interpreter and native code compiler

SYNOPSIS

       gprolog
       gplc [options] [ filename ]

DESCRIPTION

       GNU Prolog (gprolog) is a prolog interpreter and compiler to native code.

       In  its  basic  form,  gprolog starts an interactive Prolog interpreter.  The gplc command
       compiles Prolog sources into object files, which may be linked to  produce  a  stand-alone
       executable.

       See  the  GNU  Prolog  manual  (online) for how to use gprolog and gplc for writing Prolog
       programs.

OPTIONS

       --help Print a summary of allowable options.

       filename
              (for gplc) compile the specified file.

ENVIRONMENT

       TRAILSZ
              Size of the trail stack, needed to effect backtracking (undo bindings), defaults to
              2097152 (2MB).

       CSTRSZ Size of the constraints stack, defaults to 2097152 (2MB).

       GLOBALSZ
              Size of the global stack, also known as the heap, defaults to 4194304 (4MB).

       LOCALSZ
              Size of the local stack, defaults to 2097152 (2MB).

SEE ALSO

       The YAP manual is available on a debian system in the gprolog-doc package, as the PDF file
       /usr/share/doc/gprolog-doc/gprolog.pdf   and   as   an   html   document   at   the    URL
       http://gprolog.org/manual/html_node/

AUTHOR

       GNU Prolog is written and maintained by Daniel Diaz.

       This  manual  page  was compiled by Salvador Abreu <spa@debian.org>, based on the page for
       Yap Prolog written by Ralf Treinen <treinen@debian.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       Since this manpage is derived from the GNU Prolog manual it is  subject  to  its  licence,
       which  is either the standard GPL-3 or LGPL-3 (dual-licensed).  Refer to the text of these
       licenses in a debian system in the directory /usr/share/common-licences

                                        December 10, 2016                              GPROLOG(1)