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Prolog Development Tools (ProDT)

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ProDT is a Prolog Integrated Development Environment (IDE) aiming to be as rich in functionality as the Eclipse's java IDE, and to support any standard Prolog implementation. Currently is being supported SWI Prolog, B-Prolog and XSB Prolog

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    I installed ProDT 1.0.0 on Eclipse Indigo on Mac OS X 10.5.8 using update manager. At first the editor would give an error instead of opening existing .pl files. When I worked around that, I find that the configuration instructions aren't sufficient to let me run Prolog scripts, much less open an interactive Prolog session or use a single-step debugger. It looks from other comments that these tools do work for someone. But they aren't working for me.

    Posted 01/13/2012
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Intended Audience

Developers, Education

User Interface

Eclipse, Java SWT

Programming Language

Java, Prolog

Registered

2008-04-10

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