We've moved the CML source code to GitHub:
You will also find the latest version, CML2, which is a complete rewrite using C++11. CML2 is quite usable, but there is still some work to be done to port mathlib over to the new code. The public API has not changed, so unless your code uses CML1 internals, CML2 should be a drop-in replacement (except, as mentioned, for mathlib). You will also find lots of unit tests which can be optionally compiled as long as you have a relatively recent set of Boost.org libraries installed.... read more
CML 1.0 has officially been released. This marks a significant upgrade from the previous Beta-1 (1.0b1) version. See the Download page to download the new version.