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*Downloading LaViT:  LMNtal Visual Tools (recommended)

The simplest way to get started with LMNtal is to ''[[download LaViT (click here)>http://www.ueda.info.waseda.ac.jp/lmntal/lavit/index.php?Download]]'', an integrated development environment (IDE) for LMNtal.
LaViT comes with the whole family of LMNtal subsystems: compiler, runtime, model checker, and visualizer.


//Click [['''''HERE'''''>http://www.ueda.info.waseda.ac.jp/lmntal/lavit///index.php?Download]] to download the latest version of the LaViT system.

*Downloading the LMNtal Family

If you wish to use different versions of the LMNtal compiler and runtime,
please download one or more of the following.

//- LMNtal Java, an LMNtal compiler and a runtime written in Java.[[''[download]''>LMNtalJava]]
- LMNtal compiler written in Java 
[[''[download from github]''>https://github.com/lmntal/lmntal-compiler]]

//- SLIM, a lightweight LMNtal runtime [[''[download]'':http://code.google.com/p/slim-runtime]]
- SLIM, a lightweight LMNtal runtime at  [[''[download from github]''>https://github.com/lmntal/slim]]
--An LMNtal runtime written in C, which features nondeterministic search, model checking, and hypergraphs.  When given an LMNtal source file, SLIM internally calls an LMNtal compiler to generate intermediate code.

- UNYO-UNYO, an LMNtal graph visualizer. [[''[download]''>UNYO-UNYO]]

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