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Home » Community » Coffee corner » Port of U++ core to windows library publishing (Just to discuss it)
Port of U++ core to windows library publishing [message #43265] Wed, 18 June 2014 20:55 Go to previous message
hans is currently offline  hans
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Hi,
I have developed over the years a port of the U++ core as windows only library.
The name of the library is UPPW.

Rationale is I have only develop for windows and have a thin class library for GUI too which I also want to publish. And NTL is fun!

Now I think to make the port public.

The port consists of only the U++ core (without TCP/HTTP...) with some changes in the String and Stream classes. No IDE, no GUI, nothing else.

Pros would be U++ would be known on larger audience, and more people with multi-platform demands would know about it. Fixes for bugs found in the port could flow back to U++.

What do others, especially the active U++ developers, think?
 
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