Logtalk 3.00.0 Beta 1 released

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Logtalk 3.00.0 Beta 1 released

Post by Paulo Moura » Wed Apr 09, 2014 12:05 am

Logtalk 3.00.0 Beta 1 was released today and its available at:


Detailed release notes can be consulted here:

https://github.com/LogtalkDotOrg/logtal ... E_NOTES.md

Installers and general information on Logtalk are available at:


Logtalk is an open source object-oriented logic programming language that extends and leverages the Prolog language with a feature set suitable for programming in the large. Logtalk supports modern code encapsulation and code reuse mechanisms without compromising the declarative programming features of Prolog. Logtalk is implemented in highly portable code and can use most modern and standards compliant Prolog implementations as a back-end compiler. The Logtalk distribution features portable libraries and portable assertions, documenting, diagraming, and unit testing tools, plus extensive code editing and publishing support. It also includes extensive documentation and a large number of programming examples.

Despite the "beta" tag, this release is quite stable and it was extensively tested. Feedback is sought and most welcome on all aspects of Logtalk, including features, tools, documentation, portability, and licensing terms. Planned features for upcoming releases include extended portable libraries and a metrics tool. Support for entity (hierarchical) namespaces is also being considered.

Logtalk development and feature set benefit on a regular base from cooperation with academic partners, in particular those working on programming languages and tools research. Commercial contracts further help in funding continuous Logtalk development. Contact us regarding cooperation opportunities. For Logtalk commercial consulting and development services, see:

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