An exportable CGIF module from the CP environment: A pragmatic approach We have upgraded the Conceptual Programming Environment (CP) from a single standalone application to a set of component modules to increase flexibility of the environment and to allow any one of the modules to be used by applications outside of the environment. This allows the CP modules, in particular CGIF, to be tested pragmaticly in real applications. The CGIF module is encapsulated as a component and has been given an API specification. This module implements the NMSU modified ICCS2001 version of the CGIF interchange format for Conceptual Graphs (CGs) that is part of the dpANS and is setup to link with applications written in C, C++, Java and Visual Basic 6.0. Communication is possible to all these languages by designing the API of the module so that it can accept either standard C string or Unicode string within the function calls. Since modules are flexible units of code, the components of the CP Environment have been tested for use under most versions of Microsoft Windows and different flavors of Linux.
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- Pfeiffer, Heather D.: An exportable CGIF module from the CP environment: A pragmatic approach (2004)