Logtalk 3.37.0 released


Logtalk 3.37.0 is now available for downloading at:


This release adds a new meta-message to the message printing mechanism, allows the “user” pseudo-object to be used as an event monitor, fixes a reflection API bug that could result in duplicated or redundant entity operator properties, improves support for compiling modules as objects, includes significant updates to the Handbook with new and improved sections, includes new and improved glossary entries, provides new library hook objects, adds and improves notes on applying the developer tools to Prolog codebases, improves the “lgtunit” tool automation support, adds a simple example of Aspect-Oriented Programming using hot patching and event-driven programming support, and provides updated support for SWI-Prolog and YAP. For details and a complete list of changes, please consult the release notes at:


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