I am trying to Bload some constructs into my Clips session, but I can't get it to work. Works fine if I replace the Bload with a Load of the original ASCII file. Could be user error or a CLIPS bug. I'm using the latest 6.30 code from the SVN repository on Windows7 64-bit, VS2008 (plus the small bload patch I just submitted). Here's my code:
The corresponding stacking.clp contains 5 deftemplates and 6 defrules. In the Bload it loops while printing "Skipping constructs because of unavailability".
I previously saved the constructs using the code below - the status codes returned from these functions were all 1.
Thanks for any help,
Please include the 5 deftemplates and 6 defrules. That will make it much easier to find the problem.
I run into the same problem even with an empty stacking.clp file.
The problem appears to be with using Bsave/Bload in 64-bit apps on 64-bit Windows. I wrote a minimal test app, loading an empty .clp file, then doing a Bsave. Upon the next run I did a Bload of the .clb file.
This worked fine with a 32-bit executable, but ran into very similar issues as before with a 64-bit executable. The output I received is below, it's what I got on debug runs in the case of my original message as well. So something screwed up with 64-bit binary formats it seems.
*** DEALLOCATING MEMORY ***
*** MEMORY DEALLOCATED ***
Out of memory.
This issue should be fixed now with the code recently checked into the repository.
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