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[Chicken-users] New egg: PPL, a Prolog interpreter in Scheme

From: Jeronimo Pellegrini
Subject: [Chicken-users] New egg: PPL, a Prolog interpreter in Scheme
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 2016 22:30:28 -0300
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.24 (2015-08-30)


So, I have packaged PLL ("Programming in Logic in Lisp") [1].

PLL is a set of implementations of Prolog in Scheme. It is not supposed
to be efficient, but rather as a simple way to teach the fundamentals of
Logic Programming and the internal working of a Prolog interpreter
(conceptually only -- a real implementation would be radically
different). This interpreter is based on a simple implementation of the
AMB operator.

PPL has less than 500 lines of standard Scheme code (around 700 with the
examples file) -- and there is redundand code, since it includes
different versions of the interpreter, not sharing too much code,
so as to keep it readable.

This is the Github page:

and this is the release-info file:

Do I need to do anything else?


[1] Or maybe PLLP. "Programming in Lisp with Logic Programming"?

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