- A short paper on the automatic integration of hybrid Java-Prolog entities.
- JPC architecture: Describes the JPC architecture and design.
- JPC installation guide: A step by step guide to install JPC.
- JPC user manual: Explains how to use JPC in your code.
- JPC API: Javadocs for the current JPC release.
- JPC publications: Publications related to JPC.
The following is a list of the open-source software used by JPC:
- Several open-source Prolog engines (development)
- Several open-source Java-Prolog bridge libraries (drivers development)
- Logtalk (development)
- JGum (development)
- JConverter (development)
- Reflections (development)
- Google's Guava (development)
- Google's Gson (development, parsing of settings file)
- Javassist (LogicObjects development)
- SLF4J (logging)
- Apache log4j (logging)
- JUnit (testing)
- Apache Maven (project management)
- Git (source code version control)
JPC is open source, distributed under the terms of this license.
JPC sources are available at GitHub.
Constructive feedback and criticism, questions or a wish list can be sent to [uclouvain(dot)be (that symbol for emails) sergio(dot)castro] (inversing the order). Or just drop me a line if you want to say hello ! :-)