ASAP Answer Set Application Programming
(The examples are scripts in bin/ but you should install ASAP using pip3 or setup.py to run it, see below.)
This is the most simple example of a switch.
This example is the game Tetris, including a player name, increasing difficulty with increasing score, and a high score list.
This example is an interactive action plan inspector that works with domain and action description files from APLAgent that can be obtained from http://mbal.tk/APLAgentMgr/ and is distributed under GPL license.
If you do not have it: install pip3: for example under Ubuntu via
$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip
Install ASAP with pip3, see PyPi repository at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/asap
$ pip3 install asap --user
Setup Python to use the “Userinstall” environment that allows you to install Python programs without overwriting system packages. This is achieved by adding the following to your .profile or .bashrc file:
export PYTHONUSERBASE=~/.local/ export PATH=$PATH:~/.local/bin
Run ASAP the first time. This will help to download and build pyclingo if you do not have pyclingo for Python 3 already usable via import clingo:
The first run of asap might ask you to enter the sudo password to install several packages. (If you do not want to enter your sudo password: abort, install the packages manually, and later run asap again.)
- Ubuntu 16.04 is tested
- Debian 8.6 (jessie) is tested
- Ubuntu 14.04 can not work without manual installation of cmake 3.1 or higher (for buildling clingo)
Install the package in development mode in the “Userinstall” environment.
$ python3 setup.py develop --user
- cat <program> | asap <arguments>
Schüller, Peter, and Antonius Weinzierl. “Answer Set Application Programming: a Case Study on Tetris.” ICLP (Technical Communications). 2015. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1433/tc_17.pdf
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