Difference between revisions of "Compare Visual Prolog Editions"

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Visual Prolog is provided as:
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* The free '''Personal Edition'''
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* The paid '''Commercial Edition'''
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Programs produced with the Personal Edition can only be used in non-commercial and personal contexts, for other usages the program must be developed and build with the Commercial Edition.
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The Commercial Edition have additional functionality:
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* It can produce 64 bit executables
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* It can produce DLL's
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* It can bind to COM and Active/X components
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* It has additional library support
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* It comes with additional tools
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The additional library support in the Commercial Edition should not be necessary for personal non-commercial usage. It includes things like
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* ODBC support
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* Cryptography
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* Interprocess communication
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* HTTP server and client functionality
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* ...
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There are additional examples in the Commercial Edition covering some of the extra libray functionality.
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The additional tools are:
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* A command line project builder for scripts
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* A solution manager for managing multiple projects as a "unit"
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* A coverage analysis tools
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* A memory profiling tools
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* Integration to SourceGear Vault

Revision as of 14:48, 29 June 2017

Visual Prolog is provided as:

  • The free Personal Edition
  • The paid Commercial Edition

Programs produced with the Personal Edition can only be used in non-commercial and personal contexts, for other usages the program must be developed and build with the Commercial Edition.

The Commercial Edition have additional functionality:

  • It can produce 64 bit executables
  • It can produce DLL's
  • It can bind to COM and Active/X components
  • It has additional library support
  • It comes with additional tools

The additional library support in the Commercial Edition should not be necessary for personal non-commercial usage. It includes things like

  • ODBC support
  • Cryptography
  • Interprocess communication
  • HTTP server and client functionality
  • ...

There are additional examples in the Commercial Edition covering some of the extra libray functionality.

The additional tools are:

  • A command line project builder for scripts
  • A solution manager for managing multiple projects as a "unit"
  • A coverage analysis tools
  • A memory profiling tools
  • Integration to SourceGear Vault