- Library files: simply copy the contents of the 'include' directory to a subdirectoy of your choice. There are no source files, only headers that contain templated and/or inline code. When compiling your code that makes use of the NoPtr classes, add a -I<install-dir> switch to your compile command (where <install-dir> is the path name of the directory where you have copied the contents of 'include' dir).
- Tests: just cd to the tests/unit subdirectory and type 'make', then type 'make runtests' or run them all individually. All must run without crashing or aborting. You can also go to tests/idioms and do the same to do more "idiomatic" tests. Some of these tests output some text.
- Documentation: it is stored at http://noptrlib.sourceforge.net. If you have doxygen, you can generate your own copy of the docs by cd'ing to doc, and typing "doxygen doxygen.cfg".
- Tests compile and run fine with
- g++ 3.2 on Linux and SGI;
- SGI MipsPro C++ compiler (CC) v188.8.131.52;
- If you get the tests to compile with another compiler, please let me know so I can add to this list.
Other software requirements:
- for tests only: gmake 3.79.1 or higher
Generated on Mon Aug 4 18:51:32 2003 for NoPtr C++ Library by