From: Stjepan Rajko (stipe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-21 01:16:27
On 5/20/07, Rene Rivera <grafikrobot_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Stjepan Rajko wrote:
> > It basically
> > consists of
> > * a basic directory/file structure with a simple include-only
> > library, test, example, doc built from doxygen and boostbook, as well
> > as vc8 and xcode IDE projects which invoke bjam to build.
> Hm, not sure I would have included project files.
I hope it doesn't hurt to have them in there... in learning how to do
all this I found myself losing hours over the dumbest mistakes, so
hopefully a working example saves people time in the future. Seems
like many people are using various IDEs, and if not I guess it's
always easy to remove things from the created template.
> > * a (currently, windows .bat) script which (given a library id)
> > copies the directory/file structure, renames where appropriate, and
> > find/replaces the contents using sed.
> Nice... But sed isn't exactly a standard tool for Windows. Or are you
> using it only in MacOSX?
It was a random choice. If you have a different suggestion, I'd be
happy to use it instead.
> > When I am (reasonably) done, should I add this to the sandbox
> Adding it is likely a good idea, since I could then fill in any missing
> pieces. But perhaps picking a name that clearly marks it as in-progress
> would be good. Then it can be renamed to a final name when it's ready.
Good idea! I'll add something tomorrow (monday).
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