critcl_sources - Critcl - How To Get The Sources
Welcome to the C Runtime In Tcl
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.
The audience of this document is anyone wishing to either have just a look at
Critcl's source code, or build the packages, or to extend and modify them.
For builders and developers we additionally provide
- Critcl - License.
- Critcl - The Installer's Guide.
- Critcl - The Developer's Guide.
The official repository for Critcl can be found at
Assuming that you simply wish to look at the sources, or build a specific
revision, the easiest way of retrieving it is to:
- Go to this site.
- Follow the 'Fork me on Github' link (top-right corner) to the project
- Choose the revision under the Commits panel you wish to have and
- follow its 'Browse code' link to its detailed information page.
- On that page, choose either the "ZIP" link to get a copy of this
revision as a Zip archive.
For the curious (or a developer-to-be), the sources are managed by the Git
[http://www.git-scm.com]. Binaries for popular platforms can be found
directly at its download page
With that tool available the full history can be retrieved via:
git clone http://github.com/andreas-kupries/critcl
to get a checkout of the head of the trunk and move into it for browsing,
Jean Claude Wippler, Steve Landers, Andreas Kupries
This document, and the package it describes, will undoubtedly contain bugs and
other problems. Please report them at
. Ideas for
enhancements you may have for either package, application, and/or the
documentation are also very welcome and should be reported at
C code, Embedded C Code, code generator, compile & run, compiler, dynamic
code generation, dynamic compilation, generate package, linker, on demand
compilation, on-the-fly compilation
Glueing/Embedded C code
Copyright (c) Jean-Claude Wippler
Copyright (c) Steve Landers
Copyright (c) 2011-2015 Andreas Kupries