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Re: Is GNU Prolog still maintained?

From: Daniel Diaz
Subject: Re: Is GNU Prolog still maintained?
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 16:28:39 +0100
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Hi Paulo,

for sure, I will run your test suite. I contact you soon.
Thank you.


Le 11/12/20 à 1:36 PM, Paulo Moura a écrit :
> 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.
> Cheers,
> Paulo
>> 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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