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GNU Prolog for Java 0.2.6 release
     posted by drt24, Thu 06 Jan 2011 01:42:37 PM UTC

The GNU Prolog for Java project would like to announce the release of version 0.2.6.
This is a bugfix release and fixes a fairly major bug in the use of the assert[az], abolish and retract in fairly normal use cases. #31550
Prolog for Java is a java library (gnu.prolog) that allows Prolog code to be executed from within java. [...]

assert/abolish now working correctly
     posted by drt24, Mon 03 Jan 2011 10:53:32 PM UTC

A fairly major bug in assetz/abolish/retract etc. where due to cached code not being updated correctly they would not correctly update predicates was reported https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?31550 and has since been fixed in current newmaster. [...]

GNU Prolog for Java 0.2.5 final release
     posted by drt24, Wed 18 Aug 2010 09:52:42 PM UTC

The GNU Prolog for Java project is proud to announce the release of
version 0.2.5.
This is our first official release since 0.1.0 on 2000-11-12.

Prolog for Java is a java library (gnu.prolog) that allows Prolog code
to be executed from within java. This allows for the use of Prolog to [...]

GNU Prolog for Java 0.2.5 beta release
     posted by drt24, Sun 15 Aug 2010 02:04:19 PM UTC

The GNU Prolog for Java project is proud to announce the release of the beta version of our 0.2.5 release.
Prolog for Java is a java library (gnu.prolog) that allows Prolog code to be executed from within java. This allows for the use of Prolog to solve the problems which Prolog is particularly suited to while Java is used for other components. [...]

GNU Prolog for Java 0.2.5 alpha release
     posted by drt24, Mon 02 Aug 2010 03:20:19 PM UTC

In our first release since 0.1.0 (2000-11-12) the GNU Prolog for Java project is proud to announce the release of an alpha version of our 0.2.5 release.

Prolog for Java is a java library (gnu.prolog) that allows Prolog code to be executed from within java. This allows for the use of Prolog to solve the problems which Prolog is particularly [...]

7 tests until Alpha release of 0.2.5
     posted by drt24, Sat 03 Jul 2010 01:14:34 PM UTC

There are only 7 failing standards compliance tests to pass before I will do the Alpha release of GNU Prolog for Java version 0.2.5.

I would like to thank Michiel Hendriks for writing a lot of the code that makes this possible.

Also the test suites from http://pauillac.inria.fr/~deransar/prolog/suites.html by J.P.E Hodgson have been immensely helpful in finding bugs and unfinished features.

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