Package: lang/prolog/gui/xpce/ Name: XPCE Summary: Information about the XPCE object-oriented X-windows interface toolkit. Version: 4.6.6 Description: XPCE is an object-oriented X-window interface toolkit for symbolic programming languages (Prolog and Lisp), offering a high level of abstraction for communication with X11, Unix processes, Unix networking facilities (sockets) and Unix files. XPCE's built-in classes (about 150) are mostly written in C. The XPCE/Prolog interface allows the user to create and manipulate instances of these classes. The user can also create new XPCE classes from Prolog. XPCE's window related classes provide various styles of menus, primitive graphical objects, compound graphical objects and Emacs oriented programmable text manipulation windows. The distribution contains several demo programs, including a diagram drawing tool (PceDraw), an animation demo, an Epoch-like editor (PceEmacs), a graphical interface to Unix ispell, and an online hyper-text manual for XPCE itself (PceManual). This directory contains copies of the license agreement, documentation, and a demo version. The non-demo versions (which include source code) require signing a license agreement and remitting a licensing fee to the University of Amsterdam (see info.txt). Requires: Ports: SWI-Prolog, SICStus, Quintus; or Lucid CL and Harlequin CL X11 (R3, R4, or R5), Openwindows 2 and 3, OSF/Motif, XFree 1.2 and 1.3. Origin: ftp.swi.psy.uva.nl:pub/xpce/ [18.104.22.168]. A demo version of XPCE/SWI-Prolog for Linux may be obtained in the linux/ subdirectory. The non-demo versions (for SWI-Prolog, SICStus Prolog, Lucid Common Lisp and LispWorks) require filling out a license and paying a fee (see info.txt). Copying: Updated: CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Bug Reports: email@example.com Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org To be added to the mailing list send mail to email@example.com Author(s): Anjo Anjewierden, Jan Wielemaker Contact: Department of SWI University of Amsterdam Roetersstraat 15 1018 WB Amsterdam The Netherlands Keywords: GUI!Prolog, Graphics, HCI, XPCE, X-Windows, GUI!Lisp, Authors!Anjewierden, Authors!Wielemaker Contains: ??? See Also: References: The following documentation is included in the doc/ subdirectory on the ftp site: 1. "Programming in PCE/Prolog" Introduction in programming PCE/Prolog. 2. "PCE-4 Functional overview" General overview of PCE's functionality. 3. "User Defined Classes Manual" (Draft) Interface for defining PCE classes from Prolog. 4. "XPCE Reference Manual", (DRAFT Edition 0 for xpce-4.5.11) Draft of the reference manual. Covering all of XPCE's functionality, but still has many incomplete references, unclear descriptions and typos. 5. "Interfacing PCE to a Programming Language" Explains how PCE may be connected to another (symbolic) programming language. This connection is established through C. 6. "PCE / Common Lisp Interface" Interface definition between PCE and Lisp implementations adhering to the Common Lisp standard (Steele II). The postscript files have been broken down into 15-page chunks.