Logtalk 2.17.0 is now available for downloading

From: Paulo Moura <pmoura_at_di.ubi.pt>
Date: Mon 26 Apr 2004 01:19:19 PM GMT
Message-Id: <53456273-9784-11D8-BC5E-000A95DAA580@di.ubi.pt>

Logtalk 2.17.0 is now available for downloading from the Logtalk web 


This version features a built-in debugger (implemented as a 
pseudo-object) and a set of shell scripts for improved packaging, 
installation, and integration of Logtalk with selected Prolog 
compilers. In addition, Logtalk can now be installed on Linux using a 
RPM package and installed on MacOS X using an Apple Installer package.

 From the release notes:

* Added built-in debugging support implemented through the definition 
of a new pseudo-object named "debugger". Added "debug" compiler option. 
Renamed library entities "debuggerp" and "debugger" to, respectively, 
"event_dbgp" and "event_dbg".

* Improved installation instructions for multi-user environments. Added 
a shell script for installing Logtalk in Unix and Unix-like operating 
systems. Added a shell script for copying Logtalk xml, examples, and 
library directories to the user home directory.

* Added a logtalk.spec file for building Linux RPMs from sources.

* Added a set of shell scripts for easy integration of Logtalk with 
ECLiPSe, GNU Prolog, Qu-Prolog, SICStus Prolog, SWI-Prolog, and YAP.

* Corrected bug in the definition of the pseudo-object "user" that 
resulted in mixed up metapredicate and type predicate properties.

* Removed config files for outdated versions of Qu-Prolog, SWI-Prolog, 
ECLiPSe, K-Prolog, CIAO, YAP, Amzi! Prolog, LPA Win-Prolog, SICStus 
Prolog, and XSB.

The CVS tag for this release is "lgt2170".

Happy logtalking!


Paulo Jorge Lopes de Moura
Dep. of Informatics                   Office 4.3  Ext. 3257
University of Beira Interior          Phone: +351 275319700
6201-001 Covilhã                      Fax:   +351 275319891

<http://www.di.ubi.pt/~pmoura>     <http://www.logtalk.org>
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