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Wilbur and OINK in Python

Those of you who read my SCAI 2006 slides may have noticed that I announced a new version of Wilbur and OINK, written in Python! We are not quite ready for prime time, but eventually the source code will make its way to our repository at SourceForge.

No, this does not mean I am giving up Common Lisp. Unfortunately, Common Lisp just does not run on our phones...

Posted by ora at 09:24


Very cool!

Posted by: Rich at October 27, 2006 12:16 AM

Is the Python version only intended for mobile devices?

Posted by: Steve Rogers at November 11, 2006 11:22 PM

The Python version can be used on "non-mobile" devices as well. Currently it has the same functionality as the Common Lisp version. Eventually it will - I assume - diverge somewhat, mostly to account for special requirements of the mobile environment.

Posted by: Ora Lassila at November 12, 2006 09:53 PM