Subject: Re: [boost] [boost_document_library] [GSoC'15] How to Start? Any standards to follow?
From: Abhinav Tripathi (ee130002001_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-04-24 16:54:13
The page says that "use only std or boost libraries. Do NOT use other
While what I am writing would need external document library. Most
importantly, even the GSoC page said to make a wrapper around Libreoffice
or Openoffice sdk...
So, either I should write everything from scratch or I should forget about
getting it into boost?!
And why does the GSoC page say to use other sdk if that would prevent it
from geeting into boost?
I am just confused.
On 25-Apr-2015 2:03 AM, "Kirill Bobyrev" <kbobyrev_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> You should check this out. There's a style guide alongside with some
> general recommendations.
>  -
> Best regards,
> Kirill Bobyrev, MIPT
> On 4/24/2015 11:28 PM, Abhinav Tripathi wrote:
>> I have finally set up my development environment on Ubuntu 14.10 x64...
>> I am now able to compile any program consisting of Both OpenOffice and
>> Boost code. I have made succesfully small examples with multiple files
>> both boost and OpenOffice sdk code and compiled them.
>> I am now ready to start writing code for the document library.
>> What i could think of till now is :
>> 1. Make the project on github and keep it synced
>> 2. Separate classes in different headers with proper namespaces
>> What i am looking for :
>> 1. Any suggestions on how to start!
>> (More specifically)
>> 2. Are there and standards that need to be followed for developing any
>> library for boost (like using or not using some syntaxes &/or libraires)
>> 3. Any suggestions as to what practices i should use, like which
>> syntaxes/libraries to prefer.
>> Also, i see that all the boost libraries are independent (i.e., only
>> dependence is within boost itself) [as far as i know].
>> While what i will be writing will depend on OpenOffice sdk. So, what are
>> its chances to be accepted as an "actual boost library"?
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