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Re: Is GNU Prolog still maintained?

From: Paulo Moura
Subject: Re: Is GNU Prolog still maintained?
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 12:36:12 +0000

Hi Daniel,

Looking forward for the new release and the move of the repo to GitHub, which 
should make it easier to contribute.

My own open source work have been focused lately on testing, including 
significantly improved standards compliance test suites. I test regularly with 
GNU Prolog 1.4.5 with great results. The are a few test failures that should be 
easy to fix for the November release. Let me know how I can help. If you find 
the time to run the compliance test suite, please use preferably the current 
Logtalk git version.


> On 12 Nov 2020, at 12:04, Daniel Diaz <> wrote:
> Hi,
> yes I continue to maintain gprolog. Unfortunately I can't devote as many
> time as I'd like and most updates are on the sourceforge repo.
> I plan to move it to github and to release a new stable with last
> updates before the end of Nevember.
> Daniel
> Le 10/28/20 à 7:04 PM, Damiano Azzolini a écrit :
>> Is GNU Prolog still maintained? The last stable version (1.4.5) is
>> from 07/02/19 according to the ftp website. In sourceforge, the last
>> commit on master branch is from 2018-10-23. It is worth trying to
>> submit a patch or contribute somehow?  

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