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[NonGNU ELPA] Sweeprolog version 0.8.8

From: ELPA update
Subject: [NonGNU ELPA] Sweeprolog version 0.8.8
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2022 05:05:49 -0500

Version 0.8.8 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

Recent NEWS:


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

For further details, please consult the manual:

Version 0.8.8 on 2022-11-16

Added electric layout minor mode

  This version includes a new minor mode
  `sweeprolog-electric-layout-mode' that adjusts whitespace around point
  as you type to adhere to Prolog layout conventions.

The top-level server in now started on-demand

  The TCP server that accepts connections from top-level buffers is now
  only started on the first invocation of `sweeprolog-top-level',
  instead of being started already in `sweeprolog-init'.

Fixed issue with syntax error highlighting at the end of the buffer

  Syntax error highlighting is now removed more reliably when the syntax
  error is resolved.

Version 0.8.7 on 2022-11-12

Revised predicate completion-at-point and added atom completion

  `sweep'’s completion at point now detects when predicate completion is
  appropriate based on the context of point.  If point is at a
  non-callable position, atom completion is provided instead.

Version 0.8.6 on 2022-11-11

New user option `sweeprolog-new-predicate-location-function'

  This user option specifies a function to be called from
  `sweeprolog-insert-term-dwim' when defining a new predicate to choose
  the location of the new predicate definition.  The default value of
  the option is a function `sweeprolog-default-new-predicate-location'
  which preserves the current behavior of placing the new predicate
  right below the current predicate.  Other options include the new
  function `sweeprolog-new-predicate-location-above-current' which
  places the new predicate above the current one.


  • Fixed issue where `sweeprolog-describe-predicate' would throw an
    error when describing predicates that were cross referenced but not

Version 0.8.5 on 2022-11-10

New command `sweeprolog-xref-project-source-files'

  This command updates `sweep'’s cross reference data for all Prolog
  source files in the current project.  Bound to `X' in

Minor bug fixes

  • Fixed issue where `sweeprolog-predicate-location' sometimes returned
    a file importing the predicate in question, rather than actually
    defining it.
  • Fixed issue where the `kill-buffer-hook' of top-level buffers would
    throw an error when the corresponding top-level thread already died.

Version 0.8.4 on 2022-11-09

Various bug fixes

  • Fixed regression in variable highlighting where occurrences of the
    highlighted variable in adjacent clauses might have been
  • Fixed regression and added a test for clearing the syntax error face
    immediately when the error is fixed (e.g. a fullstop is inserted at
    the end of a clause).

Version 0.8.3 on 2022-11-07

New commands that operate on entire predicate definitions

  `sweeprolog-mode' now includes dedicated function for acting on
  predicate definitions that span multiple clauses.  The new commands
  are `sweeprolog-forward-predicate' and `sweeprolog-backward-predicate'
  bound to `M-n' and `M-p' respectively, and `sweeprolog-mark-predicate'
  bound to `M-h'.

Version 0.8.2 on 2022-11-07

Renamed `sweeprolog-colourise-*' to `sweeprolog-analyze-*'

  The following user options and commands have been renamed to better
  convey their meaning:

   Old symbol name                         New symbol name                      
   `sweeprolog-colourise-buffer'           `sweeprolog-analyze-buffer'          
   `sweeprolog-colourise-buffer-on-idle'   `sweeprolog-analyze-buffer-on-idle'  
   `sweeprolog-colourise-buffer-max-size'  `sweeprolog-analyze-buffer-max-size' 
  …  …

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