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Loading failure error messages from libltdl were improved and memory leaks in libtdl were plugged. Support for OpenBSD was improved. Here-doc files are no longer left behind. Libtool now builds with autoconf-2.50 and higher. Better performance on HP-UX is now obtained by using shl_load as opposed to using dlopen.
This release bootstraps with autoconf-2.50 and automake-1.4-p4. An attempt is
always made to build at least a static library, even if both static and shared
libs were disabled. Full support for C++ compilers and the GNU gcj compiler was
added. libltdl can now load all modules in a given path according to
user-supplied criteria with the `lt_dlforeachfile' call. Support for AIX ia64,
djgpp, HPUX, HURD, OpenBSD, and SCO3.2* was improved. Internal mutex handling
no longer has namespace clashes on NCR MP-RAS. New pdemo and tagdemo tests were
added. Other bugfixes were made.