Thanks for you reply. You're right, ProofPower doesn't have to be in the
middle, as there is no dependency. Could you give me some hint about how to
build ProofPower + some_libraries ?
On 22 Feb 2013, at 14:41, Rob Arthan <r...@lemma-one.com> wrote:
> On 22 Feb 2013, at 14:24, Yuhui Lin wrote:
>> I wonder if is possible to load proof power from polyML directly, perhaps by
>> PolyML.make with the proof power source code.
> I have never tried PolyML.make. There is no reason why you shouldn't compile
> the ProofPower source code by loading it in from a Poly/ML session, but I
> suspect that there are various things that might not work properly without
> some adjustment if you were to do that.
>> The fact is that we want to build a system which proof power will be in the
>> middle of the architecture, i.e some_libraries <-- proofpower <--
> Do you mean you want to construct one ML program that includes the source of
> some_libraries, plus the source of ProofPower, plus the source of
> another_component_with_UI. If so, then why does ProofPower need to be in the
> middle? That would only make a difference if some_libraries was providing
> replacements for functions that ProofPower uses, wouldn't it? In any case, it
> sould be a relatively simple change to make the starting point of the
> ProofPower build be Poly/ML + some_libraries.
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