This release has a few changes that should make it easier to build clipsmm on platforms other Fedora Core 5, and perhaps even now including Windows.
In the Environment class assert() has been changed to assert_fact() to avoid stepping on the assert macro, which is problematic in some compilers from Redmond, WA.
Also, the requirement for support of tr1 smart pointers has been relaxed, and if they aren't found autoconf will look for boost smart pointers.
Additionally, all the clips.h includes have been wrapped in extern "C".
Thanks to Dennis Brown for the feedback on the Windows issues.
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