Logtalk 3.31.0 released


Logtalk 3.31.0 is now available for downloading at:


This release adds new and improved lint checks for control constructs and built-in predicates, adds support for using “encoding/1” directives in included files, improves support for compiling modules as objects, includes documentation updates and improvements, includes fixes and updates for the “code_metrics” and “lgtunit” tools, includes a port of ToyCHR, updates Textadept editor support, updates the Windows installer to support Chocolatey packages, and provides portability updates for ECLiPSe, GNU Prolog, SICStus Prolog, SWI-Prolog, and YAP. For details and a complete list of changes, please consult the release notes at:


On other news, a new guide about applying Logtalk developer tools to Prolog codebases is now available at:


Last but not the least, Logtalk sponsorship is now live. If you visit its repository at GitHub:


at the top of the page, there’s now a “Sponsor” button. Sponsorship tiers start at $2, hopefully allowing anyone to show their love and support for Logtalk. Even better, for the first year, GitHub created a Sponsors Matching Fund, which matches up to $5000 per sponsored developer in their first year of sponsorship! Counting on your to keep Logtalk a sustainable project.

Happy logtalking!

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