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. ;) ).

Tyler Romeo
Stevens Institute of Technology, Class of 2016
Major in Computer Science |

On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Petr Onderka <> wrote:
I'm writing it in C++.
If you want, you can follow my progress in the operations/dumps/incremental
repo, branch gsoc [1] (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 <>wrote:

> 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
>> and Windows.
> That sounds good. Just remember that portable not only means that it works
> on different operating systems on the same computer architecture, but also
> on different architectures. What programming language do you intend to use?
> ______________________________**_________________
> Xmldatadumps-l mailing list
> Xmldatadumps-l@lists.** <>
Wikitech-l mailing list