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BAT Version 2
Download and extract the BAT v2 source files and then perform the following sequence of steps.
- If using Mac OS X, make sure you aren't using clang, but that you are using gcc49. You can install it with homebrew. Make sure to follow the installation instructions here.
- Install swig, sbcl, cffi. Use whatever package management tool you
like. Homebrew is a good option for installing swig and sbcl.
You can find information on installing cffi here.
You can use quicklisp to install cffi. Go here and follow the instructions. Here is a brief summary.
- Download quicklisp.lisp
- Start sbcl
- load quicklisp: (load "PATH/quicklisp.lisp")
- (ql:quickload "cffi")
To load quicklisp when you start Lisp, use
Or you can load quicklisp everytime you start with the command
- Under bat-v2-distribution/nice-sat-0.2:
- Under bat-v2-distribution/nice-sat-0.2/swig :
If you're using Mac OS X the above may fail, so also do this:
gcc-4.9 -shared NiceSat_wrap.o -undefined dynamic_lookup -o libcffinice.so
- nice-sat-0.2/src/.libs/*.so and .../*.dylib
- nice-sat-0.2/libs/picosat-913/.libs/*.so and .../*.dylib
to the nicesat directory (depending on your OS you will have .so or .dylib files).
- Under bat-v2-distribution/nicesat :
Try it with some of the files distributed with BAT in the benchmarks directory.
BAT Version 1
We currently have binaries of BAT for Linux or Mac OS X (PPC only) for download.
Download BAT by clicking on the following links.