libsigc++ (a.k.a. libsigcplusplus) implements a typesafe callback system for standard C++. It allows you to define signals and to connect those signals to any callback function, either global or a member function, regardless of whether it is static or virtual.

libsigc++ is used by glibmm and gtkmm to wrap GLib and GTK signals. It does not depend on GLib, GTK, glibmm or gtkmm.

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*** Changes

3.0.0 (stable)

This is the first stable release of sigc++-3.0, installable in
parallel with sigc++-2.0. sigc++-3.0 requires C++17.
Changes compared to the latest unstable release:

* Fix tuple_transform_each() for libc++
  (Kjell Ahlstedt) Issue #25 (Jeff Trull)

* Remove some obsolete documentation
  (Kjell Ahlstedt)

* Make compile with clang++
  (Kjell Ahlstedt)
* Don't call static method via instance
  (Murray Cumming)

Kjell Ahlstedt

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