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The current interface is entirely defined in the
using inlined code. This approach has a few advantages: as no C++ code
is in the Prolog kernel, different C++ compilers with different
name-mangling schemas can cooperate smoothly.
Also, changes to the header file have no consequences to binary compatibility with the SWI-Prolog kernel. This makes it possible to have different versions of the header file with few compatibility consequences.