C Template Library 050712

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : LGPL - GNU Lesser General Public License
CreatedCreated : Nov 13, 2010
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Supports template, container, serialization and code ...

Supports template, container, serialization and code generation patterns for the C/C++ language family based on C pre-processing macros.
Can be used as a normal templating engine or as a GUI toolkit.
Most important functions of C Template Library by David Mace:

Library Folders:

squat - This is the root folder and it contains some batches, tools, the root project build files and a copy of the LGPL license.

• squat/ctl - Contains the basic template C library source code.

• squat/unit - Contains the unit test. This is about as simple as a unit test gets. A 'main()' invoking a bunch of functions.

• squat/opc - Contains graphics primitives and a graphical user interface templates and code. OPC can run without the GUI, or CTL. GUI also can be built and run without CTL. Documentation for using GUI (and OPC) is in the 'guify' project.

• guify - Contains a graphical user interface generator and related documents. You will need SDL and ImageMagick to build it. Generally, makes C source code that creates and manages GUI content made from pictures of GUIs.

• arttool - An even more hackish tool than guify, it consumes BMP and FLC files to make art compatible with OPC/GUI. More practical as a *simple* example for using OPC and spinning other tools.

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