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# Adding a C++ project to Azimuth Code Project

Hi all, but particularly Tim,

I'm probably about a week away from having my minuscule C++ library in a state where I'd like to put it onto the Code Project. At that stage I'll have written some documentation and done some commenting, but since it's a new approach still under development I don't plan to do detailed comments on things that might well change. If it survives for a couple of months without major changes I'll add more comprehensive commentary.

So I guess the way is to add a new implementation language for C++, with this as a subproject? I can provide a unixy makefile to build a sample project, unless something else is required? Finally, I guess I ought to get added to the commiters list please Tim. My email is David period Tweed sign-of-the-at gmail period com.

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You'll need a google mailaccount, only those can be added to the project's user list.

So I guess the way is to add a new implementation language for C++, with this as a subproject? I can provide a unixy makefile to build a sample project, unless something else is required?

Although I'd like to encourage documentation and build processes etc. the azimuth project is primarily just a SVN repository, so feel free to check in anything you like. Lacking a better idea, the repository has folders for different languages at the top level, so you could add a C++ folder and do everything you like within that. A nice feature of SVN is that we can rearrange the folder structure later if we like to.

Comment Source:You'll need a google mailaccount, only those can be added to the project's user list. <blockquote> <p> So I guess the way is to add a new implementation language for C++, with this as a subproject? I can provide a unixy makefile to build a sample project, unless something else is required? </p> </blockquote> Although I'd like to encourage documentation and build processes etc. the azimuth project is primarily just a SVN repository, so feel free to check in anything you like. Lacking a better idea, the repository has folders for different languages at the top level, so you could add a C++ folder and do everything you like within that. A nice feature of SVN is that we can rearrange the folder structure later if we like to.
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edited March 2011

Thanks. Presumably the email address of is David period Tweed sign-of-the-at gmail period com is a suitable google account?

Comment Source:Thanks. Presumably the email address of is David period Tweed sign-of-the-at gmail period com is a suitable google account?
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Right, sorry, blindness struck me. I've added your account, so now you should be able to log in with the same privileges as me, JB and Graham.

Comment Source:Right, sorry, blindness struck me. I've added your account, so now you should be able to log in with the same privileges as me, JB and Graham.