The Cxxomfort library is distributed as "header-only", meaning it is not necessary to compile object code or link to libraries to use it[#1]. All that is necessary is essentially:
- Download package or pull the repo…
- Extract / open it somewhere…
- Proceed with the Configuration…
- Issue a "fossil update" if you want to stay tuned.
For example, you can install the library by uncompressing it into a directory and then just moving the library's
cxxomfort directory under
/usr/local/include - or creating a symlink to it - and it should work out of the box without the need to add any search path, since
/usr/local/include is a "standard search path".
Development is currently held in a Debian Jessie + GCC 4.8/4.9 environment, and testing samples are compiled in a Windows XP + MSVC 2008 Express environment and a Ubuntu Precise + GCC 4.6 environment.
Methods of Installation
Clone the repo!:
Simply create a directory somewhere and run Fossil (external link) on it:
fossil clone http://ryan.gulix.cl/fossil.cgi/cxxomfort cxxomfort.fossil
Then open the cloned repository.
fossil open cxxomfort cxxomfort.fossil
Alternatively, you can browse "Files" in the upper navigation bar to get a tarball of the current contents of the repo.
In order to stay updated all that is necessary is to clean your local copy's working directory, then issue fossil's own command to update:
fossil clean fossil update
For users updating from 0.45 or below: You will need to perform a
fossil clean -x before updating, and then you'll need to repoint your compiler's search path to the new cxxomfort directory, as of 0.51 onwards the file structure has changed. In case of doubts, you can also
fossil close, delete the clone directory and repo and then download from scratch as well.
Downloading the Documentation
To be included: a zip file with the documentation from this site.
1 Which is why it does not include a "Makefile", though adding one will be done eventually.
→ Proceed with the Configuration