libsigc++ implements a full callback system for use in abstract interfaces and general programming. It is the most complete library of its kind with the ability to connect an abstract callback to a class method, function, or function object. It contains adaptor classes for connecting dissimilar callbacks and has an ease of use unmatched by other C++ callback libraries.
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Release Notes: Unconnected signals no longer segfault when emitted. A compiler warning was corrected.
Release Notes: The tarball has been built with libtool 1.5, which is needed by Debian. The beginnings of MSVC++ .Net 2003 compiler support have been added.
Release Notes: Signals no longer need to specify the number of arguments, parameters are converted implicitly if possible, and the API is now more STL-like.
Release Notes: This release fixes a rare segfault.
Release Notes: A rare segfault was prevented, and build files were added for the Intel compiler.