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POPLOG MULTI-LANGUAGE ENVIRONMENT
FACILITIES
DOCUMENTATION
LANGUAGES
FREE
SOURCEFORGE
BIRMINGHAM
PRIMER
LATEST VERSION
LISP
LINUX VERSION
PROLOG
POP-11
POPLOG
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Poplog"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Poplog is a powerful multi- language reflective programming environment, originally created in the UK for use at the Universities of Birmingham and Sussex.
  2. POPLOG is a high-level prolog emulator with interpreter for Unix.
  3. Poplog (including Pop-11) is now available free of charge for several types of machines.
  4. Poplog was originally developed mainly at Sussex University, and was previously marketed by ISL, who used Pop-11 in their Clementine data-mining system.
  5. Poplog was sold commercially between around 1982 and 1998.

Poplog Multi-Language Environment

  1. This is why Pop-11 in the Poplog multi-language environment was chosen as the core implementation language.

Facilities

  1. The X facilities in Poplog provide a basis for more sophisticated types of interaction using graphics, menus, etc.
  2. The Poplog contrib directory includes some facilities for customising Emacs for Poplog users.

Documentation

  1. Code and documentation for objectclass are part of the Poplog system.

Languages

  1. These mechanisms were used to implement the other Poplog languages, namely Prolog, Lisp and Standard ML.

Free

  1. Poplog is now available for free, with sources.

Sourceforge

  1. OpenPoplog - Initiative to raise use of Poplog and attract programmers to develop the system further; many resources; at SourceForge.

Birmingham

  1. CODE AND DOCUMENTATION In order to run SimAgent you need to have poplog, various extensions to Poplog produced in Birmingham (e.g.

Primer

  1. This Primer for Pop-11 is based on the "TEACH PRIMER" Poplog file which I originally produced while at Sussex University in 1984.

Latest Version

  1. The most complete specification of the latest version of Pop-11 is available only in the REF and HELP directories that come with the poplog system.

Lisp

  1. The version of Lisp in Poplog is based on the original definition of Common Lisp, in the book by G.L. Steele, Common Lisp The Language, first edition.
  2. For information on the latest version of Lisp in Poplog see the HELP LISPNEWS file.
  3. Like Lisp in power, but a more traditional, readable syntax; main implementation language of Poplog system.

Linux Version

  1. After about 1999, when Poplog became available as free, open source, most development work was done on the Linux version, including porting to 64-bit linux.
  2. However the linux version of Poplog runs successfully under VMWare on Windows.

Prolog

  1. The Poplog system implements a version of SML, with POP-11, and optionally Common Lisp, and Prolog, allowing mixed language programming.

Pop-11

  1. See also the following sources of information about Poplog and Pop-11.
  2. POPLOG supports POP-11, LISP, Prolog and ML via shared data structures and incremental compilation.
  3. The most successful product developed in Pop-11 was the Clementine data-mining system, developed by ISL, as described in the entry on Poplog.

Poplog

  1. Information About Poplog and POP-11 - What they are, history, free versions online, platforms, and comments.
  2. INFORMATION ABOUT POPLOG AND POP-11. popsh facilitates scripting in Pop-11 and other Poplog supported languages.
  3. Poplog allows programs in Pop-11 and Prolog to be combined, where a mixed style of programming is desirable.

Categories

  1. Pop-11
  2. Information Technology > Computer Science > Programming Languages > Prolog
  3. Linux Version
  4. Isl
  5. Culture > Languages > Language > Lisp
  6. Books about "Poplog" in Amazon.com

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