Logtalk 3.32.0 released


Logtalk 3.32.0 is now available for downloading at:


This release adds support for multifile meta-predicates, improves some lint checks, includes fixes and improvements for embedding applications, includes documentation updates and improvements, adds support for storing settings files in the “$HOME/.config” directory, improves the “lgtunit” tool support for TAP and xUnit outputs, simplifies generation of API documentation in Sphinx format, fixes some bugs in the “diagrams” tool, adds tests for multifile meta-predicates and for the de facto standard arithmetic functions gcd/2 and sign/1, adds sample implementations of the “many worlds” design pattern using inheritance and parametric solutions, adds a new example illustrating the question asking mechanism, and provides updated support for GNU Prolog, SICStus Prolog, SWI-Prolog, and YAP.For details and a complete list of changes, please consult the release notes at:


Last but not the least, a set of GitHub actions and workflows for Logtalk and Prolog repos is now available at:


These actions and workflows allow easy setup of CI/CD pipelines as illustrated by the included demo repos.

Happy logtalking!

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