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Gnu gSlip
C++ API extension of Symmetric List Processor (SLIP).

Gnu gSlip is a C++ API extension of Dr. Weizenbaum's Symmetric List Processor (SLIP). It supports the construction, modification, and deletion of acyclic graphs, trees, and lists. The mechanics of graph manipulation are handled by the API subsystem and are hidden from the application, allowing the application to focus on the problem at hand rather the mechanics of cell manipulation.


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version 1.0.2 (stable)
released on 3 October 2015

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