- Using the Prolog IDE
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If you use Java 1.7 and encounter memory problems, start Eclipse with the command line options “
Test your SWI-Prolog installation before you install the PDT or JTransformer. If you get PrologProcessException errors (containing messages such as “Failed to obtain session”, “Timout exceeded while waiting for peer to come up”, etc.) SWI-Prolog cannot be started from Eclipse. Then make sure that
MacOS / Linux Troubleshooting: If you are using the PDT / JT and the graphical tracer (or any other part of SWI-Prolog that need the XQuartz / X11 environment) does not start: