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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of continious space

From: Loic Dachary
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of continious space machine Emu
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 15:52:45 +0100


        Could you please submit your project again with a URL to the current
code base ? Other than this the description is ok for us.

        Thanks for your patience,

address@hidden writes:
 > A package was submitted to
 > This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
 > Aidan Delaney <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
 > License: gpl
 > Other License: 
 > Package: continious space machine Emu
 > System name: simulator
 > This package wants to apply for inclusion in the GNU project
 > The Emulator emulates a continous space machine.
 > This machine is explained in a number of papers written by Mr Tom Naughton 
 > et al.
 > The emulation cannot truly preform operations defined by the continous model 
 > of computation, as the concept of continous space does not exist inside a 
 > Turing machine.
 > Emulation of the operations is hoped to be a pointer to possible problems in 
 > physical implementation of the machine.
 > This project is the result of my fourth year university project.
 > It is written in Java and uses the GNU kaffe compiler and virtual machine.
 > The project uses the GNU Java regular expression matching classes.
 > It also uses the Xerces XML parser from the Apache foundation.
 > The first task in a new development cycle would be to find a GNU DOM level 2 
 > XML parser and replace all Xerces references.
 > The emulator also serves to validate and guide programmers attempting to 
 > code for the machine.
 > This project is deeply rooted in computational theory, relevent papers 
 > should appear as 1) they are published 2) permission is granted to quote 
 > them.
 > A substantial codebase currently exists (5.3MB cvs repository).

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