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I plan to use euler.py for a policy engine on a Nokia 770 PDA. But discovered that there are some functionalities which have not been implemented, compared to the CWM N3 reasoner. I would like to add the functionality I need myself but would require your help probably.
So, is development on euler still alive?
These are the functionalities I would like to add to euler.py:
* variable evaluation for predicates (e.g. used for owl:inverseOf rule)
* some builtins cwm has but euler doesn't for time: os: and list: prefixes
* the log:semantics of cwm (don't know how complex this would be)
* overcome the all statements of a formula in a line limitation for the python implementation.
What do you think?