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Re: Users-prolog Digest, Vol 56, Issue 4

From: Duncan Patton a Campbell
Subject: Re: Users-prolog Digest, Vol 56, Issue 4
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 12:22:51 -0600

On Mon, 22 Oct 2007 12:00:31 -0400
address@hidden wrote:

> address@hidden wrote:
> > I was looking for something that congregates GNU and Prolog, and now I 
> > found.
> > I am Prolog programmer too, and Im soooo interested in the project, so,
> > if you have something I can enter or participate, or just enter the 
> > community, I
> > would like, Im very very interested in GNU Prolog.
> Good news!  If you look in the mailing list archives you will find several
> bug reports to which the official maintainer did not even bother to reply.
> I suggest you pick some of them and try to fix them.  Feel free to contact me
> if you need clarifications and/or the indication of further bugs.
> However, perhaps you should clarify what you mean by "[congregating] GNU
> and Prolog".  GNU Prolog has "GNU" in the name and this is a pity because,

I do believe that the name GNU Prolog antedates most current "free" systems,
many of which were proprietary until quite recently.  Also, is it the case
that the software is not maintained or simply some bug-list is not?


> due to this, an essentially unmaintained system draws a lot of attention
> to the detriment of better, maintained, supported systems.  Several of
> the systems I am talking about are released under the GNU licenses: despite
> not having "GNU" in their name, I think some of them may be what you
> are looking for.
> All the best,
>      Roberto

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