[NonGNU ELPA] Sweeprolog version 0.24.1

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Version 0.24.1 of package Sweeprolog has just been released in NonGNU ELPA.
You can now find it in M-x list-packages RET.

Sweeprolog describes itself as:

  Embedded SWI-Prolog

More at https://elpa.nongnu.org/nongnu/sweeprolog.html

## Summary:

  Sweep is an embedding of SWI-Prolog in Emacs.  It uses the C
  interfaces of both SWI-Prolog and Emacs Lisp to let you query
  Prolog directly from Elisp.  On top of this tight integration,
  Sweep provides an advanced development environment for SWI-Prolog
  in Emacs.

## Recent NEWS:


This file contains the release notes for Sweep, an embedding of
SWI-Prolog in Emacs.

For further details, please consult the manual:

[https://eshelyaron.com/sweep.html] <https://eshelyaron.com/sweep.html>

Version 0.24.1 on 2023-09-09

Refine checks for extracting goals to separate predicates

  Sweep now checks that the selected region is a goal at a callable
  position, rather than a data term, before suggesting to extract the
  region to a separate predicate in `sweeprolog-insert-term-dwim'
  (`M-RET') and in the right-click context menu.

Version 0.24.0 on 2023-09-08

New command `sweeprolog-extract-region-to-predicate'

  This command lets you select a part of the body of a clause and
  extract it into a separate predicate.  The command
  `sweeprolog-insert-term-dwim' (`M-RET') now invokes
  `sweeprolog-extract-region-to-predicate' if the region is active.

Version 0.23.1 on 2023-08-30

Documentation improvements and minor bug fixes

  This is a maintenance release, including a rewrite of the Sweep manual
  in Texinfo format along with some minor bug fixes and improvements.

Version 0.23.0 on 2023-08-18

Sweep now requires Compat, the forward-compatibility library for Elisp

  This version introduces a dependency of Sweep on Compat, the
  forward-compatibility library for Elisp available from GNU ELPA.
  Compat provides implementations of newer Elisp functions and features
  for older Emacs versions, and Sweep now makes use of it for improved
  backward compatibility and ease of maintenance.

Version 0.22.2 on 2023-08-14

Fix potential crash due to a collision between Xwidgets and XPCE

  This version fixes an issue that could cause Emacs to crash during
  certain Sweep operations if Emacs is built with Xwidgets and
  SWI-Prolog is built with XPCE.

Fix feedback in `sweeprolog-set-prolog-flag' and `sweeprolog-set-pack-install'

  In previous versions, these commands could report failure even when
  they in fact succeeded.  This version fixes the feedback these
  commands provide.

Version 0.22.1 on 2023-08-07

New command `sweeprolog-submit-bug-report'

  Use this command to contact the Sweep maintainers directly from within
  Emacs.  It has been documented in the manual already since version
  0.6, but its implementation was unintentionally omitted.

Version 0.22.0 on 2023-07-20

New in-buffer completion implementation

  This version of Sweep includes an overhaul of the way the
  `completion-at-point' command (`C-M-i') works in `sweeprolog-mode'
  buffers.  Sweep now performs a more refined analysis of the code
  around point when you invoke `completion-at-point' to determine what
  kind of completion candidates to provide.  This results in the
  following improvements:

  • Completion now works also for quoted atoms and functors
  • Completion now avoids inserting parentheses and arguments after
    completing a compound term when the opening parenthesis is already
    in place before you invoke `completion-at-point'
  • Completion now takes into account the qualifying module (if any)
    when completing predicate calls, and suggests only predicates
    defined in that module

Version 0.21.0 on 2023-06-27

New `sweeprolog-pce' custom theme

  This version of Sweep adds a custom theme called `sweeprolog-pce' that
  mimics the highlighting of SWI-Prolog’s built-in editor, PceEmacs.
  This theme obsoletes the “faces styles” feature that Sweep provided
  thus far for the purpose of emulating PceEmacs highlighting.

  For backward compatibility, the user option `sweeprolog-faces-style'
  is retained for the next few versions.  Also, if you have
  `sweeprolog-faces-style' set to `light' or `dark', Sweep tries to
  respect that by enabling the `sweeprolog-pce' theme for you when you
  first open a Prolog buffer, which should achieve the same result of …
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