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Old 09-03-2010, 06:09 PM
Chris Spencer
Default Missing Clips 6.24 Functions


I'm running Ubuntu 10.04, and I'm attempting to learn Clips while
reading over the 6.24 Basic Programming Manual
(http://clipsrules.sourceforge.net/documentation/v624/bpg.htm). While
trying to test various functions with the precompiled version of Clips
6.24 in Ubuntu's repo, I noticed Ubuntu's version of Clips 6.24
doesn't seem to contain any of the useful fact-set query functions
(e.g. any-factp, find-fact, find-all-facts, etc). Is this intentional,
or simply an oversight? When I manually downloaded and compiled the
6.24 source code, these functions appear to available by default. Can
we include in the 6.24 binary all functions listed in the 6.24 manual?


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