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Stupid guide on how to install FuzzyCLIPS on OSX and Linux

In order to install FuzzyCLIPS on OSX and Linux you simply have to

  • Clone the repo
$ git clone && cd FuzzyCLIPS/source
  • Compile it
$ make fzclips
  • Use the binary! 🎉
$ ./fz_clips

Happy FuzzyCLIPS'ing :)

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Thank you for posting this for Mac OS X. Is there a way to import a file into fuzzy clips?

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blubs commented Sep 17, 2018

Pass the desired file as an option with the '-f' command-line option:
"./fz_clips -f file.clp"

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albertovpd commented May 10, 2021

Hi there,
I'm having issues compiling it.

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ltermcap
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [ fz_clips] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/vargas/Documents/data/FuzzyCLIPS/source'
make: *** [Makefile:19: fzclips] Error 2

Any suggestion is more than welcome :)

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Oh wow, did not realise this was useful for others!

@albertovpd, unsure what the error could be but try installing termcap. Alternatively, see if /lib/* exists and if it does, maybe create a soft link pointing to /lib/

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@javierhonduco it is really helpful indeed. I have a short deadline and I'm doing it the easy way (windows), nevertheless if I find something useful I'll post it for future interested people (I was running it on Linux 20.04 by the way)

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ghost commented Jul 6, 2021

Some guide for windows?

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I do believe there's an executable for Windows. Sorry, can't help much, I used a non-public tool

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