1. all modules should use clisp.h, not lispbibl.c
all modules bundled with CLISP now use clisp.h, including new-clx.
if there is something in lispbibl.c but not clisp.h (or maybe not
even in lispbibl, but a static in a C file!) which you are sure you
do indeed must use, we can export it for you.
2. all modules should use the standard utils/modprep.lisp for
preprocessing. no ansidecl, no e2d, no comment5 &c &c &c.
all modules bundled with CLISP now use utils/modprep.lisp.
new-clx/e2d.c has been removed, and its features incorporated into
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