This ends our Marseille tour of the history of Prolog.
Today Prolog I is a normalized language, still living. Other languages have imitated its successors and now offer constraints for programming.
If you have archives, anecdotes, comments, programming "pearls" or web links, please write to us at the following address:
association @ prolog-heritage . org
Prolog Heritage is a new nonprofit association created in 2009 thanks to its benevolent creators, and to the support of:
and thanks to the friendly support of professor Colmerauer, member of the Institute of France.