CLIPS is a forward-chaining rule-based programming language written in C that also provides procedural and object-oriented programming facilities.
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?? Hi, I downloaded the clips iOS 6.3 for my Macbook Pro, had the Mac unzip it, and copied the files to a new directory I created in the applications part of my Mac. I already had Xcode installed so when I clicked on the example .xcodeproj files in the new directory they worked. However, I cannot do anything with this code tp create new rule-based expert systems programs unless I get the clips interpreter to start up separatedly inside or outside of the Xcode. And, if you try to run the existing ClipiOS already compiled file in the framework directory the Apple will not allow you to reset security priveleges. If you examine the file with an editor you see only binray. So, following the directions on the readme file I started the CLIPSiOS.xcodeproj file in Xcode. The Xcode signalled it had successfully built the project but no interpreter input capability appeared on the Xcode that I could find. Where is this :Build:Products:Release-iphones folder? I don't see it. Thanks for taking the time to read this and even more if you can help me. I would expect this is a common problem without someone new to figuring out if its possible to use clips on a Mac...an elusive goal which I have been pursuing for some time when the disks in the books by Giarraton don't work using dos code. thanks.
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