This is a Prolog implementation in the Edinburgh tradition
It is based on a restricted form of the WAM (RISC-WAM?). SWI-Prolog has a good set of built-in predicates, a large set of which it shares with C-Prolog, Quintus Prolog and SICStus Prolog. It has a fairly good performance, with a fast compiler. It includes a Quintus-like module system, a library autoload facility, a garbage collector, on-line help, a transparent and fast C interface (in both directions), and a profiler.
|Operating System||Architecture||Package Type||Package Size||Date Archived||View Contents?||Download|
|32-bit PA-RISC 1.1||Gzipped|
|417 K||28 Nov 2000||Yes||HTTP FTP|
|1000 K||28 Nov 2000||Yes||HTTP FTP|