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This Review contains major "Poplog"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Poplog is a powerful multi- language reflective programming environment, originally created in the UK for use at the Universities of Birmingham and Sussex.
- POPLOG is a high-level prolog emulator with interpreter for Unix.
- Poplog (including Pop-11) is now available free of charge for several types of machines.
- Poplog was originally developed mainly at Sussex University, and was previously marketed by ISL, who used Pop-11 in their Clementine data-mining system.
- Poplog was sold commercially between around 1982 and 1998.
- This is why Pop-11 in the Poplog multi-language environment was chosen as the core implementation language.
- The X facilities in Poplog provide a basis for more sophisticated types of interaction using graphics, menus, etc.
- The Poplog contrib directory includes some facilities for customising Emacs for Poplog users.
- Code and documentation for objectclass are part of the Poplog system.
- These mechanisms were used to implement the other Poplog languages, namely Prolog, Lisp and Standard ML.
- Poplog is now available for free, with sources.
- OpenPoplog - Initiative to raise use of Poplog and attract programmers to develop the system further; many resources; at SourceForge.
- CODE AND DOCUMENTATION In order to run SimAgent you need to have poplog, various extensions to Poplog produced in Birmingham (e.g.
- This Primer for Pop-11 is based on the "TEACH PRIMER" Poplog file which I originally produced while at Sussex University in 1984.
- 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.
- 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.
- For information on the latest version of Lisp in Poplog see the HELP LISPNEWS file.
- Like Lisp in power, but a more traditional, readable syntax; main implementation language of Poplog system.
- 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.
- However the linux version of Poplog runs successfully under VMWare on Windows.
- The Poplog system implements a version of SML, with POP-11, and optionally Common Lisp, and Prolog, allowing mixed language programming.
- See also the following sources of information about Poplog and Pop-11.
- POPLOG supports POP-11, LISP, Prolog and ML via shared data structures and incremental compilation.
- The most successful product developed in Pop-11 was the Clementine data-mining system, developed by ISL, as described in the entry on Poplog.
- Information About Poplog and POP-11 - What they are, history, free versions online, platforms, and comments.
- INFORMATION ABOUT POPLOG AND POP-11. popsh facilitates scripting in Pop-11 and other Poplog supported languages.
- Poplog allows programs in Pop-11 and Prolog to be combined, where a mixed style of programming is desirable.
- Information Technology > Computer Science > Programming Languages > Prolog
- Linux Version
- Culture > Languages > Language > Lisp
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