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The code has minimal dependencies, a test suite, and can be used either as an external library or embedded in projects based on either cmake or autotools.
The library contains: * an exception hierarchy; * various useful mixin classes; * shortcuts for set operations; * a featureful self-documenting commandline parser that also supports cvs/svn-style subcommands; * two different unit-testing system, a tut-based and a custom one; * a non-intrusive polymorphic envelope; * a logging system; * string functions, like splitting, path manipulation, regular expressions and word wrapping; * system functions, like directory iteration, file manipulation, process control, thread functions; * gregorian calendar operations.
To configure libwibble: mkdir build cd build cmake .. You can use "ccmake .." instead of "cmake .." to get an interactive interface for selecting configuration parameters. To build libwibble: make To install libwibble: make install
This package provides only a static library, compiled with -fPIC. This is because the library consists mostly of templates, and we are not in a position of guaranteeing ABI stability over upgrades. The library code may, however, be used in code with bindings to various scripting languages, as is the case with libept or libbuffy. Since most scripting languages (like Perl or Python) need bindings more»
wibble-test-genrunner(1) wibble-test-genrunner(1) NAME wibble-test-genrunner - Code generator for wibble testsuites. SYNOPSIS wibble-test-genrunner header <file> wibble-test-genrunner main <files> DESCRIPTION The program generates .cpp files that are then compiled and linked into a test program for running tests from .test.h more»
libwibble (0.1.28-1.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non maintainer upload. * Fix build failure with more»
This package was debianized by Enrico Zini <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sun Apr 30 22:17:29 CEST 2006. Up more»