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:- use_module(library(qsave)).(can be autoloaded)
stand_aloneoption, the resource is headed by the emulator, a Unix shell script or nothing. Options is a list of additional options:
main, the default toplevel is to enter the Prolog interactie shell unless a goal has been specified using
runtime(default), read resources from the state and disconnect the code loaded into the state from the original source. If
development, save the predicates in their current state and keep reading resources from their source (if present). See also open_resource/3.
true(default), run autoload/0 first.
save(default) to save the current operator table or
standardto use the initial table of the emulator.
true, the emulator is the first part of the state. If the emulator is started it tests whether a saved state is attached to itself and load this state. Provided the application has all libraries loaded, the resulting executable is completely independent from the runtime environment or location where it was built. See also section 18.104.22.168.
save, include shared objects (DLLs) into the saved state. See current_foreign_library/2. If the program strip is available, this is first used to reduce the size of the shared object. If a state is started, use_foreign_library/1 first tries to locate the foreign resource in the resource database. When found it copies the content of the resource to a temporary file and loads it. If possible (Unix), the temporary object is deleted immediately after opening.192This option is experimental and currently disabled by default. It will become the default if it proves robust.193Creating a temporary file is the most portable way to load a shared object from a zip file but requires write access to the file system. Future versions may provide shortcuts for specific platforms that bypass the file system.
error. In the latter case creating the state is aborted with a message that indicates the undefines predicates and from where they are called.
false), replace predicate names with generated symbols to make the code harder to assess for reverse engineering. See section 13.6.1.
false), report progress and status, notably regarding auto loading.