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Yet Another Prolog.

Janky compiling (weird libraries are generated), but Works for Me.  I
hope it Works for You, too.

Index: yap.info
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/dists/10.4/unstable/main/finkinfo/languages/yap.info,v
retrieving revision 1.5
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -d -r1.5 -r1.6
--- yap.info    12 Jan 2009 04:51:21 -0000      1.5
+++ yap.info    10 Apr 2010 21:55:58 -0000      1.6
@@ -1,24 +1,66 @@
 Package: yap
-Version: 4.4.4
-Revision: 1002
-Distribution: 10.4
-Depends: readline-shlibs (>= 4.3-1028), gmp-shlibs (>= 4.1.4-1), 
-BuildDepends: texinfo, readline (>= 4.3-1028), gmp (>= 4.1.4-1), libmpfr1, 
fink (>= 0.24.12-1)
-Source: mirror:sourceforge:%n/Yap-%v.tar.gz
-Source-MD5: 7d0f17305c87874dccdad5ce465a164a
-PatchFile: %n.patch
-PatchFile-MD5: 6c398df9f734775a1a62f6a2b19f1996
-make DESTDIR=%d install
-mkdir -p %i/share/info
-make DESTDIR=%d install_info
+Description: Yet Another Prolog compiler
+Version: 6.03
+Revision: 1
+License: LGPL
+Maintainer: Jesse Alama <jesse.al...@gmail.com>
+Source: http://www.dcc.fc.up.pt/~vsc/Yap/yap-6.0.3.tar.gz
+Source-MD5: 4fa5903d125b3817eebfd53d054b6512
+Homepage: http://www.dcc.fc.up.pt/~vsc/Yap/index.html
+InstallScript: <<
+  make install DESTDIR=%d
+  mkdir -p %i/share/info
+  cp docs/dir %i/share/info/dir
+  make install_info DESTDIR=%d
+  make html DESTDIR=%d
-DocFiles: README docs/yap.pdf
-InfoDocs: yap.info pillow_doc.info
-Description: Yet another prolog
+InfoDocs: pillow_doc.info yap.info yap.info-1 yap.info-2 yap.info-3
 DescDetail: <<
-A high speed implementation of the Prolog programming language.
+YAP is a high-performance Prolog compiler developed at CRACS and
+LIACC/Universidade do Porto. Its Prolog engine is based in the WAM
+(Warren Abstract Machine), with several optimizations for better
+performance. YAP follows the Edinburgh tradition, and is largely
+compatible with the ISO-Prolog standard and with Quintus and SICStus
+Prolog. YAP has been developed since 1985. The original version was
+written in assembly, C and Prolog, and achieved high performance on
+m68k based machines. The assembly code was used to implement the WAM
+emulators. Later emulators supported the VAX, SPARC, and MIPS
+architectures. Work on the more recent version of YAP strives at
+several goals:
+* Portability: The whole system is now written in C. YAP compiles in
+popular 32 bit machines, such as Suns and Linux PCs, and in a 64 bit
+machines, the Alphas running OSF Unix and Linux.  
+* Performance: We have optimised the emulator to obtain performance
+comparable to or better than well-known Prolog systems. In fact, the
+current version of YAP performs better than the original one, written
+in assembly language.
+* Robustness: We have tested the system with a large array of Prolog
+* Extensibility: YAP was designed internally from the beginning to
+encapsulate manipulation of terms. These principles were used, for
+example, to implement a simple and powerful C-interface. The new
+version of YAP extends these principles to accomodate extensions to
+the unification algorithm, that we believe will be useful to implement
+extensions such as constraint programming.
+* Completeness: YAP has for a long time provided most builtins
+expected from a Edinburgh Prolog implementation. These include I/O
+functionality, data-base operations, and modules. Work on YAP aims now
+at being compatible with the Prolog standard.
+* Openess: We would like to make new development of YAP open to the
+user community.
+* Research: YAP has been a vehicle for research within and outside our
+group. Currently research is going on on parallelisation and
+tabulation, and support for Bayesian Networks.
-License: Artistic
-Maintainer: Matthias Neeracher <neerac...@mac.com>
-Homepage: http://yap.sourceforge.net
+SplitOff: <<
+  Package: yap-dev
+  Description: Header files and static libraries for YAP
+  Files: include
\ No newline at end of file

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