[m-users.] Micheal Hendricks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_eYTctGZw8
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Mon Sep 22 14:39:43 AEST 2014
Good talk, thanks for the pointer.
It's ironic that he introduces Mercury to talk about declarative
debugging, and then says he doesn't know if that's been done for Prolog,
when the first declarative debugger was written in and for Prolog (in
1982!). Sad that it's not been incorporated as a standard Prolog feature.
On 22/09/14 13:49, Paul Bone wrote:
> There's been a little extra interest in Mercury lately since Micheal
> Hendricks mentioned and praised Mercury, and in particular the declrative
> debugger, in his strangeloop talk.
> The talk is Production Prolog, you can watch the talk here:
> Thanks for the praise Micheal! (I beleive Micheal lurks on the mailing
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