Language wrappers

Curtis Jensen cjensen at
Thu Sep 21 17:02:42 CEST 2000

Cameron Laird wrote:
> In article <8qcura$hsa$1 at>,
> Jordi Inglada  <jordi.inglada at> wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >I am looking for modules which wrap other languages son they can be used
> >in python scripts. I am thinking about using a prolog kernel or a
> >clisp inference engine, though others are also welcome (scheme, haskell,
> >...).
> >
> >I have seen something like this for clips at
> ><> but it looks like
> >it works for old versions of python.
> >
> >I guess one solution would be using SWIG to generate de bindings for
> >those which are written in C (GNUProlog, for instance), but I wouldn't
> >want to re-invent de wheel!!
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> I occasionally collect notes on this subject at
> <URL:>.
> I'm a bit behind just now; maybe in October I'll fold in more of what
> I've collected ...
> The good news is that several comp.lang.python regulars have thought
> deeply about this.  Other follow-ups might soon appear.
> --
> Cameron Laird <claird at>
> Business:
> Personal:

There is f2py (FPIG) for Fortran (
There is also PyFort for Fortran also (Not sure of the URL).
Those are the only ones I know of besides SWIG.

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