Got a bug report from a user running Windows that the Logtalk installer no longer finds the SWI-Prolog installation performed using the Windows installers. After deleting my Windows SWI-Prolog installation and trying both stable and devel installers, I found that these no longer write the registry keys that the Logtalk installer have always depend on to provide integration with SWI-Prolog. With the SWI-Prolog installers defaulting to not add the executables paths to the Windows system path and the users being able to chose an arbitrary directory for the installation, there’s no longer any sensible automated way of providing the integration. I assume this isn issue caused by the switch to cmake-based installers? Is it possible to restore writing the registry keys?