Franz Tech Corner News: New OLE/OCX interface, Prolog, Solaris AMD64

The Franz Tech Corner, September 14, 2005

In this issue:

1. New OLE/OCX Interface
2. New Allegro Prolog version released
3. Allegro CL 7.0 now available on Solaris (AMD64/Opteron) 10
4. Atom 1.0 feeds now available
5. Extravagaria 3: Hunting Creativity Workshop at OOPSLA 05
6. Japan Special Event - 2 Day Seminar and Tutorials
7. Training Schedule

1. New OLE/OCX interface released

Allegro CL has for some time provided an OLE interface with its
Allegro CL on Windows. However, it is low-level and quite complex. A
new high-level interface has just been released in an update to
Allegro CL 7.0. (The update can be downloaded with
sys:update-allegro.) The documentation for the new facility is in
ole.htm. (That document also documents the older interface, which is
still supported.)

http://franz.com/support/tech_corner/#oleocx-091605

2. New Allegro Prolog version released

Allegro Prolog, an implementation of Prolog within Allegro CL, is
included with the Allegro CL 7.0 distribution. An update released in
mid September, 2005, provides a new version of Allegro Prolog for
7.0. (The update can be downloaded with sys:update-allegro.) This new
version allows Allegro Prolog to be used as a query language for
AllegroCache (described here
http://franz.com/products/allegrocache/index.lhtml )

http://franz.com/support/tech_corner/#prolog-091605

3. 64-bit Allegro CL 7.0 is now available on Solaris (AMD64/Opteron) 10

64-bit Allegro CL 7.0 has now been released on Solaris 10 for
AMD64/Opteron hardware, to augment our SPARC 32-bit and 64-bit
versions for SPARC. Contact info@franz.com for more information on the
64-bit Allegro CL 7.0 on Solaris AMD64/Opteron.

4. Atom 1.0 feeds now available

In addition to RSS 0.91, 1.0 and 2.0 feeds, we now have an Atom 1.0
feed.

http://franz.com/rss.lhtml

5. Extravagaria 3: Hunting Creativity, A Workshop At OOPSLA 2005
October 16, 2005

Artists and scientists both search for understanding. Their methods
and approaches differ, and their results are in different languages,
but there is no a priori reason to grant primacy to either. Art seems
predicated on creativity while science and engineering are thought
less so. The question arises what creativity is and whether creativity
in the sciences and engineering is the same as in art. This workshop
explores that and related questions.

If you're interested in creativity in the arts and sciences, please
consider joining. The workshop will be held at OOPSLA 2005 in San
Diego on October 16.

http://dreamsongs.com/Feyerabend/Extravagaria.html for more details.

6. Japan Special Event - Nov. 17 & 18

2 Day Seminar and Tutorials in Tokyo, Thursday and Friday, November 17
& 18, 2005, 10 am to 6 pm JST.

http://jp.franz.com

7. Training Schedule

Allegro CL Certification Program - Basic and Intermediate courses
available. Next 3-day sessions:

- Basic, November 2, 9, and 16
- Intermediate, September 14, 21, and 28
- Intermediate, October 5, 12, and 19

http://franz.com/services/classes

Make the most of your Allegro CL application by utilizing our
consulting services,

http://franz.com/services/consulting/

For more information about other Franz products and services, please
contact your product application manager or email sales@franz.com.

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