perm filename PROLOG[3,2]2 blob sn#703949
filedate 1983-04-04 generic text, type T, neo UTF8
Prolog is currently in an experimental state. To try it, type
Nothing is guaranteed. Differences between this and standard Prolog are:
1. The normal WAITS end-of-file (CTRL-META-LF on displays; ↑Z on non-displays)
is used wherever standard Prolog expects ↑Z typed in.
2. ESC I is used as an interrupt instead of ↑C. You may have to type a
<return> after the ESC I, if Prolog is waiting for you to type something
at the time you interrupt it.
3. The underscore character for Prolog should be the Ascii underscore (←) and
not the SAIL underscore (_).
4. Prolog's stack is fixed in size (unlike versions that run on systems with
virtual memory), but you can change it at the time you start the program by
.r prolog n
where "n" is the total number of pages of core that you want to give the
program. Experiment until you find a value that works.
5. E directories in input files are ignored.
Please report any bugs you find to JJW.
The file PROLOG.JJW[UP,DOC] contains a copy of the September 1978 version of
the Prolog user's guide.