Copyright (C) 2013-4 Claire Alvis
Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Daniel P. Friedman, Oleg Kiselyov, Claire E. Alvis, Jeremiah J. Willcock, Kyle M. Carter, William E. Byrd
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This library implements miniKanren (http://minikanren.org) with an extensible framework for defining constraints.
How to install
cKanren can be installed as a collection within Racket (http://racket-lang.org) as follows:
git clone git://github.com/calvis/cKanren.git
raco link .
raco setup cKanren
After setup finishes, you will be able to use miniKanren,
#lang cKanren, and all constraint libraries that ship with cKanren.
If you are interested in writing miniKanren programs, you can
(require cKanren/miniKanren) for standard miniKanren definitions.
You can also require constraint libraries like
Stable constraint libraries
The following libraries have been tested extensively.
- Tree unification
- Disequality constraints
- Absento, symbolo, and numbero
All other constraints libraries are experimental.