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2012-03-07 12:18
This release changes the semantics of complementing categories, allowing its use to patch existing object code, fixes two bugs in the processing of meta-calls, allows open lists of terminals in the body of DCG rules, adds two new examples, and improves support for the Vim text editor and for Exuberant ctags.
2011-12-21 11:57
This release extends the uses/2 directive semantics, adds a scope/1 predicate property, features compiler and runtime improvements which simplify building applications when Logtalk libraries are pre-compiled and pre-loaded, adds new list library predicates, and includes portability updates for Lean Prolog and SWI-Prolog.
2011-10-04 15:35
This is a minor release with some bugfixes and minor compiler and runtime improvements.
2011-09-12 09:09
This release includes a parser for PDDL 3.0 files, improved coinduction support, new compiler flags allowing passing options to the back-end Prolog compiler, improved meta-predicate support, updated examples, minor dynamic binding performance improvements, updated support for several text editors, fixes for all know bugs, and portability updates for ECLiPSe, Lean Prolog, Qu-Prolog, SICStus Prolog, XSB, and YAP.
2011-07-31 19:07
Highlights of this release include revamped support for structural reflection, improved coinduction support, major internal and user-level changes to exception handling and reporting, portability updates, fixes for all known bugs, and a new Windows installer that can be used by non-admin users.

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Logtalk is an object-oriented logic programming language that can use most Prolog implementations as a back-end compiler. As a multi-paradigm language, it includes support for both prototypes and classes, protocols (interfaces), component-based programming through category-based composition, event-driven programming, and high-level multi-threading programming.