[SoC2010-General] Project Idea: PySWIP
arcriley at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 08:15:44 CET 2011
The wiki page is not wrong regarding the 2011 general list, this is just
very early in the year and not many people are on it yet.
For a project to participate under our umbrella they need at least three
developers willing to mentor for them. If this project has that, ask them
to fill out the application.
In the next week or two you'll see a more complete list of projects
participating under the PSF (and other Python projects as their own
mentoring orgs) on our 2011 page;
On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 2:06 AM, Manuel Rotter <rotter.manuel at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello all
> It's the first time I try to participate on the GSoC and
> I'm coming with an idea.
> Some time ago, I wanted to make a program written in Python, that uses
> Prolog. Since I'm using Python 3, I had troubles finding an interface
> that allows me using Prolog from within Python. Also, last time I
> checked there was no actively developed Prolog interface, not even for
> Python 2. And Python really needs one ;)
> This is why I decided to further work on an existing project:
> I'd hope to fix all currently reported bugs, then port it to Python 3,
> fix probably upcoming new bugs and then maybe port this interface to
> other Prolog implementations(for Python 2 and Python 3).
> This interfaces uses ctypes and SWI-Prolog's shared library, to let
> the programmer query prolog from within python.
> But as far as I understood everything yet, I have to search for a
> mentor first, before I write my application. This is why I'd like to
> know whether my project is suitable and where I could find my future
> (I already wrote a mail to soc2011-general, claiming that the wiki
> page is wrong)
> Greetings naeg
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