On 29-Mar-99 Noel.C.Carroll at life.friendsfirst.ie wrote:
>>>Anyone know where I could get a half decent free prolog compiler /
>interperter for Linux. Any one I found had half-assed implementations of
>prolog or weren't prolog at all but where linked as being a prolog
>Last month's PCPlus featured Visual Prolog as a cover CD. It runs under both
>Windows and Linux and both versions are on the CD. I at ll lend it to you if
i only every used prolog for uni projects, but in that case swi-prolog,
(installed on skynet btw mel as pl) worked perfectly, in fact if
i remember correctly that was the lecturer's recommendation anway.
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