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seen cwmclone?

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: 18 Mar 2002 14:34:12 -0600
To: Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@w3.org>
Cc: www-archive@w3.org
Message-Id: <1016483653.22482.81.camel@dirk>

I missed this while we were in france...
have you seen it?

CWMClone in SWI-Prolog
posted by bijan at 2002-02-25 15:56 (+)

bijan: Alpha release, temporary site ("Cool URIs may not change, but
geeky URIs change all the time!"0
bijan: It actually reads and runs a reasonable subset of N3. I have some
confusions about []/log:forSome, built-ins aren't built, er, in yet. Nor
does it (yet) support any of cwm.py's cmd line interface. It does have a
REPL, though. A partial one, at least.
bijan: It can handle rules12.n3, which isn't too shabby.
bijan: Performance looks pretty good, thus far. Parsing is a bit slow,
and using rdf_db.pl to write each result (even when filtering) isn't
very speedy, but you can construct very fast Prolog queries against the
n3 store.
danbri_: Very cool! But have you considered rewriting this in Python?
bijan: No.
AaronSw: Sean has something similar in Python, though.
bijan: Well, GEEZ, TBL has something similar in Python too!
AaronSw: Silly bijan, his isn't a CLONE!
bijan: Annoying Aaron, the original is similar to its clones.
bijan: WOOHOO! Just got a hand-compiled, builtin-using rule to work.
bijan: Still havn't a clue about existential quantification...

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