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Subject: [ANN]: Critcl 3.1.8
From: Andreas Kupries <>
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Welcome to the C Runtime In Tcl, CriTcl for short, a system to build C
extension packages for Tcl on the fly, from C code embedded within Tcl
scripts, for all who wish to make their code go faster.

It can be found at

A few things have happened since the last announcement (3.1.6):


       [1] Fixed issue #24. Extract and unconditionally display
           compiler warnings found in the build log. Prevents users
           from missing warnings which, while not causing the build to
           fail, may still indicate problems.

       [2] New feature. Output hook. All non-messaging user output is
           now routed through the command critcl::print, and users are
           allowed to override it when using the critcl appliā€

       [3] New feature, by Ashok P. Nadkarni. Platform configurations
       	   can inherit values from configurations defined before them.


       [1] Fixed issue with package indices generated for Tcl 8.4.
       	   Join the list of commands with semi-colon, not newline.

       [2] Fixed issue #26 which brought up use-cases I had forgotten
       	   to consider while fixing bug #21 (see critcl 3.1.6).

So long,
	Andreas Kupries <>
	Developer @	<>

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