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This is the Visual Prolog Wiki.  Currently, this is only for test puposes.  The underlying database is '''not yet backed-up'''.
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This is the Visual Prolog Wiki.  Currently, this is only for test puposes.  There is still many configurations that needs to be done.
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'''Notice''': The underlying database is '''not yet backed-up'''.
  
 
The Wiki is based on MediaWiki software (IIS+PHP+MySQL).
 
The Wiki is based on MediaWiki software (IIS+PHP+MySQL).

Revision as of 02:05, 16 July 2007

This is the Visual Prolog Wiki. Currently, this is only for test puposes. There is still many configurations that needs to be done.

Notice: The underlying database is not yet backed-up.

The Wiki is based on MediaWiki software (IIS+PHP+MySQL).

Visual Prolog Token Coloring

The Wiki has a special Visual Prolog extension. If you write:

<vip>some Visual Prolog code</vip>

The code will be token colered according to Visual Prolog rules (more or less). For example:

<vip>predicates
    isMember : (Elem Value, Elem* List) determ.
    %@short Succeds is #Value is member of #List.
    %@end
clauses
    isMember(V, [V|_L]) :- !.
    isMember(V, [_X|L]) :- isMember(V, L).</vip>

The result will look like this:

predicates
    isMember : (Elem Value, Elem* List) determ.
    %@short Succeds is #Value is member of #List.
    %@end
clauses
    isMember(V, [V|_L]) :- !.
    isMember(V, [_X|L]) :- isMember(V, L).

Tutorials

Fundamental Prolog Part 1

Media Wiki Getting started

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.