You should look into maybe using cmake or some other automated build system
to handle the cross-platform compatibility. Also, are you planning on using
C++11 features? (Just asking because I'm a big C++11 fan. ;) ).
Stevens Institute of Technology, Class of 2016
Major in Computer Science
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Petr Onderka <gsvick(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm writing it in C++.
If you want, you can follow my progress in the operations/dumps/incremental
repo, branch gsoc  (but there isn't almost anything there yet).
And I don't have any computers with non-x86 architecture, so I won't be
able to test that.
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 10:13 PM, Byrial Jensen <byrial(a)vip.cybercity.dk
At 03-07-2013 18:29, Petr Onderka wrote:
I'm primarily a Windows guy, so I'm
trying to write the code in a
portable way and I will make sure the application works on both Linux
That sounds good. Just remember that portable not only means that it
on different operating systems on the same
computer architecture, but
on different architectures. What programming
language do you intend to
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