Logic Programming

Discussion in 'Python' started by MaR, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. MaR

    MaR Guest

    Yes! The question rears its head once again! ;o)

    I have done some search and trial and horrors.. (PyLog has vanished?)
    But I fail to find anything useful when it comes to do Logic
    Programming (e.g. Prolog'ish)
    in the context of Python.
    And yes, I tend to beleive that I need to!
    No, I do not really like the idea of piping def's and queries to
    SWI-prolog ála PyProlog.

    So, I would be *so* happy if someone could point at some module that
    gives me the possibility to define a knowledgebase and queries from
    within Python and still access the structures from Python code.

    *pleeze!*
     
    MaR, Oct 10, 2006
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    Boris Borcic, Oct 10, 2006
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