Logtalk 3.24.0 freeware

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Logtalk is an object-oriented logic programming language that can use most Prolog implementations as a back-end compiler. As a multi-paradigm language, it includes support for both prototypes and classes, protocols (interfaces), component-based programming through category-based composition, event-driven programming, and high-level multi-threading programming.

Give Logtalk a try to see what it's really capable of!

Author Paulo Moura
Released 2019-03-05
Filesize 11.70 MB
Downloads 337
OS Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Installation Instal And Uninstall
Keywords logic programming, programming language, Prolog implementation, programming, logic, compiler
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3.24.0 Mar 5, 2019 New Release Logtalk compiler and runtime:
ADDED: Built-in predicate threaded_cancel/1 to allow cancelation of asynchronous calls started using the threaded_call/2 and threaded_once/2 predicates.
IMPROVED: Allow the compiler linter to suggest more than one alternative for a suspicious call.
IMPROVED: Only print a warning about a debug handler provider already being loaded when the old and new provider are not the same object due to reloading.
3.23.0 Jan 31, 2019 New Release IMPROVED: The compiler now suppresses logtalk::print_message/3 calls for debug and debug(Group) messages when the optimize flag is turned on.
IMPROVED: Detection of missing meta-predicate directives when compiling closures.
3.21.0 Mar 15, 2012 New Release Logtalk compiler and runtime:
CHANGED: Allow a complementing category to add a predicate scope directive but no predicate definition allowing any definitions in complemented objects (compiled with the complements flag set to allow) to be found and used.
Prolog adapter and integration files:
REMOVED: Unsupported/non-functional adapter file for Jekejeke Prolog as requested by its developer who claims that Jekejeke Prolog license forbids using it to run Logtalk.
Documentation:
CHANGED: HTML, PDF, and ePub versions of the documentation (which includes the User Manual, Reference Manual, FAQ, and Glossary) are now generated from reStructuredText sources using Sphinx and the Read the Docs theme.
CHANGED: The manual userman.pdf and refman.pdf files have been replaced by TheLogtalkHandbook-3.21.0.pdf and TheLogtalkHandbook-3.21.0.epub files. These files are not bundled in the distribution but can be downloaded from the Logtalk and Read the Docs websites.
ADDED: Contributor Covenant code of cond

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