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Subject: Critcl 3.1.12 released
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Critcl lets you easily embed C code in Tcl. 

To be found at
    http://andreas-kupries.github.io/critcl/


Changes for version 3.1.12

*   Fixed issue 42. Clear ::errorInfo immediately after startup
    to prevent leakage of irrelevant (caught) errors into our
    script and confusing the usage code.

*   Fixed issue 40. Keep the order of libraries, and allow
    duplicates. Both are things which are occasionally required
    for proper linking.

*   Extended the utility package critcl::literals to declare a
    cproc result-type for a pool.
    Further fixed the generated header to handle multiple inclusion.
    Bumped version to 1.1.

*   Fixed issue with utility package critcl::bitmap.
    Fixed the generated header to handle multiple inclusion.
    Bumped version to 1.0.1.

*   Created new utility package critcl::enum for the quick and
    easy setup and use of mappings between C values and Tcl
    strings. Built on top of critcl::literals.

*   Added examples demonstrating the use of the utility packages
    critcl::literals, critcl::bitmap, and critcl::enum