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================================================================ Logtalk - Open source object-oriented logic programming language Release 2.44.1 Copyright (c) 1998-2012 Paulo Moura. All Rights Reserved. Logtalk is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the "Artistic License 2.0" as published by The Perl Foundation. Consult the "LICENSE.txt" file for details. ================================================================ CONTENTS 1. License 2. Logtalk web site 3. Registration 4. Support 5. Installation 6. Customization 7. Running 8. Documentation 9. Upgrading 10. Citations 11. Contributions 1. LICENSE The overall copyright and permission notice for Logtalk can be found in the "LICENSE.txt" file in this directory. Logtalk follows the Artistic License 2.0. The copyright notice and license applies to all files in this release (including sources, documentation, and examples) unless otherwise explicitly stated. 2. LOGTALK WEB SITE The latest release of the Logtalk package is always available at the URL: http://logtalk.org/ At this address you can also find additional documentation and information about Logtalk. 3. REGISTRATION To register as a Logtalk user either use the registration form found at the Logtalk web site, http://logtalk.org/regform.html, or send an email message to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: email address, first and last name, organization, organization type (education, commercial, government, ...), Prolog compilers you use (optional), platforms (mac, pc, unix,...) (optional), projects where you intend to use Logtak (optional) 4. SUPPORT For support options, please consult the page http://logtalk.org/support.html. 5. INSTALLATION Logtalk can be installed either from sources by running a few shell scripts or by using one of the provided installers, depending on your operating system. For manual installation, see the file "INSTALL.txt" for detailed instructions. See the user manual for a description of the source files organization and for using instructions (to read the user manual open the file "manuals/index.html" with a web browser). Most files are formatted using tabs (the recommended setting is a tab width equivalent to 4 spaces). 6. CUSTOMIZATION The file "CUSTOMIZE.txt" provides detailed instructions for customizing the Logtalk installation and working environment. 7. RUNNING The file "QUICK_START.txt" provides quick instructions for those of you in a hurry to run Logtalk, provided that your favorite Prolog compiler is supported. 8. DOCUMENTATION The reference and user manuals and the tutorial are provided in XHTML format and can be found in the "manuals" directory. The file "RELEASE_NOTES.txt" contains descriptions of all Logtalk updates since the first public version. Read it carefully if you have been using a previous Logtalk version. See the "library/NOTES.txt" for instructions on how to generate (X)HTML and PDF documentation for the Logtalk library. 9. UPGRADING If you are upgrading from a previous Logtalk version, please check the file "UPGRADING.txt" for instructions on how to upgrade your programs or your custom configuration files to run under this new version. 10. CITATIONS If you find Logtalk useful, please include a citation on your publications. Consult the file "BIBLIOGRAPHY.bib" for bibliographic references in BibTeX format (the Logtalk technical report published on 2000 and the 2003 PhD thesis on Logtalk are good choices). 11. CONTRIBUTIONS Contributions, constructive criticisms, code, bug reports, and suggestions are always welcome. If you want to contribute to this project, drop me a line to the support address given above. Happy Logtalking! Paulo Moura email@example.com