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WAMCC: WAM-based Prolog to C compiler
WAMCC is a WAM-based Prolog to C compiler. It conforms more or less
to the Edinburgh standard, and includes most of the usual built-in
predicates, a top-level, a Prolog debugger and a WAM debugger. WAMCC
is designed to be easily extended (see clp(FD), for example). WAMCC's
speed is halfway between SICStus emulated and SICStus native code on a
Sparc (1.5 times faster and 1.5 times slower, respectively).
Examples include a calendar program and the 8-queens problem.
Version: 2.2 (1-AUG-94); 2.1 (8-JUN-94)
Requires: GCC 2.4.5 or higher
Ports: WAMCC has been tested on Sparc workstations, DEC (Ultrix),
Sony MIPS (R3000), and 386/486 PCs under linux. It should
be easily ported to 32-bit machines with GCC.
Copying: Copyright INRIA.
Use, modification, and distribution permitted.
Integration in other software also permitted, provided
the result is likewise freely distributable. See file
named COPYRIGHT for details.
Updated: Thu Sep 1 19:43:52 1994
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1
Bug Reports: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author(s): Daniel Diaz
Project ChLoE/INRIA Rocquencourt
Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en
Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt
78153 Le Chesnay Cedex
8-Queens, Authors!Diaz, Programming Languages!Prolog,
Prolog!Implementations, WAM, WAMCC
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