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Subject: [ANN] critcl v3 and other news
From: Andreas Kupries <akupries@shaw.ca>
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Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 20:42:37 -0700


Some news regarding Jean-Claude Wippler's venerable "C Runtime In
Tcl" package and application, short "critcl".

First, the sources have changed locations and can now be found on
github. More precisely, at

	http://jcw.github.com/critcl/

Second, the whole package got a refresh, with brand new innards
eliminating some problems, and a host of new features. Here we provide
only a short list of these features. For more details see the
'Changes' sections in the reference manpages [1], or the files
"doc/include/changes*.inc" which are the shared source of said
sections.

*	Declaration, export and import of C-APIs through stubs tables.

*	Generation of source packages from critcl-based code
	containing a TEA-based buildsystem wrapped around the raw
	critcl.

*	Declaration, initializaton and use of user-specified
	configuration options. An important use is the declaration and
	use of custom build configurations, like 'link a 3rd party
	library dynamically, statically, build it from copy of its
	sources, etc.', etc.

The sources come with examples for all these, found in the
subdirectory "examples/" (sic).

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[1]	http://jcw.github.com/critcl/doc/files/critcl_introduction.html#section5
	http://jcw.github.com/critcl/doc/files/critcl_introduction.html#section6

-- 
So long,
	Andreas Kupries <akupries@shaw.ca>
			<http://www.purl.org/NET/akupries/>
	Developer @	<http://www.activestate.com/>
	18'th Annual Tcl/Tk Conference:  2011, Manassas, VA USA
	http://www.tcl.tk/community/tcl2011/
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