Giulio Piancastelli, Enrico Denti

The Eclipse platform has been extended to provide integrated development environments for many different languages and systems. Declarative programming, however, and in particular logic languages, has still to benefit from the state-of-the-art Eclipse infrastructure supporting a huge number of development activities. We set out to design an environment for logic programming built around tuProlog, a Java-based light-weight Prolog engine that provides seamless integration into the platform and promotes an innovative form of interaction with the interpreter, allowing a multiplicity of independently configurable instances to be exploited within the same project. Moreover, we use the Java/Prolog multi-paradigm capabilities of tuProlog as a case study for discussing the integration of two different programming languages in a single environment. Finally, we compare our environment to some related projects in the logic programming context.

(keywords) Logic Programming, Multi-paradigm Programming, Prolog, Integrated Development Environment
Eclipse-IT 2008. 3rd Italian Workshop on Eclipse Technologies. Proceedings, pages 17-26, November 2008.
Filippo Lanubile (eds.), Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Bari
@inproceedings{tuprolog-eit08,
Author = {Piancastelli, Giulio and Denti, Enrico},
Booktitle = {Eclipse-IT 2008. 3rd Italian Workshop on Eclipse Technologies. Proceedings},
Editor = {Lanubile, Filippo},
Month = nov,
        Pages = {17--26},
Title = {Designing a Development Environment for Logic and Multi-Paradigm Programming},
Year = 2008}

    

Publication

— authors

Giulio Piancastelli, Enrico Denti

— editors

Filippo Lanubile

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

Venue

— volume

Eclipse-IT 2008. 3rd Italian Workshop on Eclipse Technologies. Proceedings

— publication date

November 2008

— pages

17-26

URLs & IDs

— ISBN–13

978-88-902981-4-1

BibTeX

— BibTeX ID
tuprolog-eit08
— BibTeX category
inproceedings

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