A graph database written in picolisp that uses something
like pilog would be very useful for me as well.
There is a graph database written in common lisp which looks
(https://github.com/kraison/vivace-graph-v3) which seems to
be trying to do something along the lines of neo4j.
Perhaps a place to start?
> Hi Eric
> Warmly welcome to our community :)
> No fear, you will soon look through things.
> I felt the same, but the community is very friendly and especially Alexander
> is extremely helpful.
> I recommend again to join us in IRC :)
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> From: CILz [mailto:cilz...@cilzone.fr]
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Sat, 12 Nov 2016 15:45:03 +0100
> Subject: First post
> Dear list,
> I take the opportunity of this first post to introduce myself as well as
> the reasons for which I come here.
> I am not a computer scientist nor a professional web developper but a
> kind of "power user" who often gets its hands dirty to build some
> applications as close as possible to what he wants... That being said, I
> have mostly built some websites using off the shelf CMS ;-)
> However, my last "product" is a custom web application fully written
> from scratch in R to access a graph database. And this is why I am here:
> I want to rebuild it in order to add some "expert system" like capacity...
> So starting to digg around, I first came to Prolog a few weeks ago and I
> started learning it from scratch. This very week, I discovered Picolisp.
> I started exploring it, and so far, I am really impressed! It looks very
> appealing: having at hand a powerful language, a built-in database
> system as well as Prolog make me dream ... though I don't know if I am
> skilled enough to be able to do anything useful!
> Any way, I have it up an running on my linux box ... so expect me to ask
> very basic questions soon :)
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