Public domain prolog 
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 Public domain prolog

Hello:

Does anyone know where I can find a public domain prolog that generates
C-code?

It would be preferable if the prolog is in the form of a binary that
can run under solaris.      

--
Matthew S. Harelick                

http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~msh9848  



Sat, 18 Oct 1997 03:00:00 GMT  
 Public domain prolog

|> Hello:
|>
|> Does anyone know where I can find a public domain prolog that generates
|> C-code?
|>
|> It would be preferable if the prolog is in the form of a binary that
|> can run under solaris.      
|> --
|> Matthew S. Harelick                

|> http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~msh9848  
|>          

You can try wamcc 2.21. it works under sunos but the produced executable can
be run under solaris.

language:       Prolog
package:        wamcc
version:        2.21
parts:          compiler Prolog->C, runtime, Prolog de{*filter*}, WAM de{*filter*}.
author:         Daniel Diaz - INRIA Rocquencourt - FRANCE
location:       ftp ftp.inria.fr in the directory
                /INRIA/Projects/ChLoE/LOGIC_PROGRAMMING/wamcc
description:    wamcc is a Prolog Compiler which translates Prolog to
                C via the WAM. wamcc has a syntax very close to the
                future ansi standard. wamcc offers the most usual
                built-in predicates, a top-level, a Prolog de{*filter*} and a
                WAM de{*filter*}. wamcc is designed to be easily extended
                (e.g. see clp(FD)).
                From an efficiency point of view, wamcc is between
                SICStus "emulated" and SICStus "native code" on Sparc
                machines (1.5 times faster than SICStus emulated, 1.5
                times slower than SICStus "native code").
restriction:    free (see COPYRIGHT notice)
requires:       GNU C (gcc) version 2.4.5 or higher
ports:          Sparc under SunOS 4.1.3, PC 486 under linux,
                sony mews, dec ultrix, NeXT stations (m68k and hppa),
                Dec Alpha under OSF/1 v2.0 (requires gcc 2.5.8 or higher)
portability:    Generally to 32/64-bit machines under unix.



Sun, 19 Oct 1997 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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