None of the pre-3.9 methods in
se.sics.jasper are thread safe.
They can only be called from the thread that created the SICStus
object. (This is different from how
se.sics.jasper used to work
in SICStus 3.8).
As of 3.9 there are two ways to set up for calls to SICStus from multiple threads.
One way is to use the static method
newProlog in the class
(String argv, String bootPath)
Prologinterface object. Starts a server thread, which will serve that
Prolog. The server thread takes care of all interaction with the Prolog runtime, making sure that all calls to the Prolog runtime will be done from one and the same thread.
See the HTML documentation on the
interface Prolog for details
on what methods are available for a client thread.
Another way is to create a SICStus object and use the following methods:
Prologinterface for this SICStus object. Creates a server and a client (
Prolog) interface for this SICStus object. The server may be started by calling
Start serving requests from a Prolog client. This method does not return until another thread calls
stopServer(). Before calling this method you should call
newProlog()and hand the result over to another Thread.
Stops the server. Calling this method causes the Thread running in the
startServer()method to return.
As with the first method, the
interface Prolog defines the
methods available for the client threads.