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README update 28 April 2011: This branch of libcmm is integrating my port to C++ along with a number of changes to get libcmm ready for additional features and a release. At Ralf's suggestion, identifiers everywhere are now using the cmm_ prefix instead of the mm_ prefix, because mm_ was already taken by another library. The C++ compile forced the addition of a number of C99 macros to get compilation with C++ as well as C99. I've probably broken the C99 version for now; this is just an intermediate checkin. - jea Original README: LIBCMM is a small, portable garbage collector for C programs. To use it, just build the library (make) and link to it. To learn more, make contributions, or submit bug reports go to the LIBCMM homepage at http://libcmm.sf.net. April 2009, Portland (OR).