From: email@example.com (Marq Kole) 9th August 1994In the recent issue of Dr. Dobbs Journal, something was said about the Small Prolog engine, a small and compact Prolog that is currently used in the Windows NT installation. The article gave a reference to the C User's Group in Lawrence, Kansas. However, it also said the product was in the Public Domain. Does anyone have the source?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (ozan s. yigit) 2nd September 1994It is a small but useful interpreter, entirely in the public domain. It uses "cambridge" notation instead of the usual Prolog syntax, and has no garbage collection. It would make a good starting point for those interested in using a Prolog in embedded situations.
The source code is at: ftp://nexus.yorku.ca:/pub/oz/sprolog.tar.Z
This is a lightly reorganized version of cug#297.