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  • scryer-prolog

    A modern Prolog implementation written mostly in Rust.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • logtalk3

    Logtalk - declarative object-oriented logic programming language

    I have only used Logtalk with Tau Prolog in a terminal (Logtalk includes a taulgt integration script. Latest git version of Tau Prolog is advisable (until 0.3.2 is released). For practical performance, the Logtalk compiler/runtime and any Logtalk code you want to use (including libraries) must be pre-compiled and embedded to be usable in a browser. Tau Prolog implementation using JavaScript makes it too slow otherwise. The Logtalk distribution includes several embedding scripts and although there's currently no specific one for Tau Prolog, the scripts for other Prolog systems should help. If the application that you're developing is portable, I suggest you use one of the Prolog backends supported by Logtalk for the actual development. Finally, the Logtalk Handbook section on nomenclature may be helpful in better understanding Logtalk lingo compared with other languages that you may be familiar with.

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