The archive file can be used to execute a Prolog query answer loop. You will need a Java runtime environment so that you have a java command available. The following command will then execute the archive file and start the Prolog query answer loop without a graphical user interface:
java <options> –jar interpreter.jar -h <arguments>
To start the Prolog query answer loop with a graphical user
interface the following command can be used. On Windows one might
also use javaw instead of java:
java <options> –jar interpreter.jar <arguments>
The following options are recommended:
-Duser.language=<language_code> # Locale language
-Duser.region=<country/area code> # Locale country
-mx<size> # Available memory
-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true # On Mac OS only.
-Dapple.awt.brushMetalLook=true # On Mac OS only.
-Xdock:name=Jekejeke # On Mac OS only.
Alternatively one can also double click the interpreter.jar which
executes the archive file with the current default Java runtime
and without any options or arguments. This works most-ly for
Windows and Mac OS, but might fail on Linux.
The archive file accepts further arguments. A detailed documentation of the archive file arguments can be found in the programming interface document for the class ToolkitLibrary.