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Is there a Prolog interpreter written in Ruby?

I've come to find ruby-prolog and other such DSLs, but I am actually interested in a interpreter for the true Prolog language, similar to this JS interpreter.

In other words, I want something in Ruby that can read actual Prolog files.

  • github.com/cie/rubylog is a prolog interpreter written in ruby. – thg Mar 30 '16 at 10:52
  • @thg Nice one, but it's not a true Prolog interpreter, but a Prolog-like DSL – gberger Mar 30 '16 at 18:51
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I don't think that there's a complete implementation out there.

But I guess those projects are the nearest solutions you might find:

depending on what you need you might make use of projects that connect to the traditional interpreters.

For example

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